Sally Bytheway Brinton
Sally Bytheway Brinton, director of the Sally Bytheway Chorale, was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from East High School, Salt Lake City, Utah. At East High School she was a member of Acapella and Madrigals. She studied vocal training for ten years from Gayle Brockbank Lockwood and Kim Riggs Hess. She has taught vocal technique privately and directed choirs for the past 30 years. She co-founded A Touch of Class, a local trio which performed in elementary schools arranged by ARTS, Inc. (Artistic Resource for Teachers and Students) to teach students about classical and American composers.
She is a former member of Lex De Azevedo’s Millennium Choir, and a former member of Lyle Archibald’s Odyssey Chorale. She has performed on stages throughout Utah, Idaho and California, as well as in Jerusalem, Israel; Vienna, Austria; Prague, Czech Republic; and Budapest, Hungary, Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan, Italy.
She resides in South Jordan, Utah with her husband, Michael Brinton, and has six children and seven grandchildren.