Cindy Kenney – Piano
Cindy has been involved in music at Bellevue since 1982, initially as a volunteer pianist and director in the Children’s Choir program. She began teaching private piano in 1994. She joined the Music Ministry staff in 2000 and currently serves as Director of Children & Preteen Music Ministry, overseeing the choir program for Pre-K through 5th grades. She also sings with the Adult Choir.
Cindy earned a B.S. in Education from Auburn University and home-educated her children. Her husband Doug is a retired veterinarian. Their family includes Sarah, Jon (Jessica), Daniel, Philip (Savannah), and grandsons Cooper, Colton, Caden, and Chase. Cindy’s passion is that God’s gift of music becomes a lifelong adventure for her students and is used to honor Him, encourage others, and enrich their own lives.
Jonathan Glisson – Piano/Composition
Jonathan has a rich musical background as a composer, producer, and performer. His proficiency in piano, guitar, and drums has enabled him to perform in highly skilled chamber group settings as well as in large-scale musical productions. Because of this diversity of experience, he has been able to work with musical styles ranging from pop tunes to cinematic scores. His award-winning compositions have been featured in live performances, film, video games, and more. In addition, he writes worship songs and arrangements that are actively sung in several local churches.
Jonathan has taught music since 2010 and has been with the Bellevue School of Performing Arts since the Fall of 2016. His passion has been to help his students reach their goals, whether they be developing instrumental skills, pursuing music academically, composing for various media, or getting published on platforms such as iTunes and Spotify.
Jonathan has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition from the University of Memphis, with an emphasis on piano performance, and a Master of Theological Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He currently resides with his wife Becca and son Jacob in Millington, TN, where he serves as the Minister of Worship at Lucy Baptist Church.
Josh Stewart – Piano
Anthony Baird – Piano
Anthony Baird holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Education from the University of Memphis, where he specialized in piano and saxophone. In addition, he participated in marching band for seven years between high school and college, where he played the sousaphone. He has traveled with various musical groups from chamber ensembles to full orchestras, performing throughout Europe, China, and the United States. Along with performing, Anthony is passionate about teaching. He enjoys working with and learning from his students, and challenging them to grow beyond what they might have expected they could, both musically and in life. He is a member of the Bellevue Baptist Church Orchestra, where he plays saxophone and occasionally piano. He also plays piano and travels with the student choirs for their Student Music Mission Project every summer. He, and his wife Jenny, are both on staff at Bellevue. Anthony is working towards a Masters of Arts in Christian Apologetics. He is looking forward to how God is going to combine his theological studies with his music ministry.
Audrey Davis – Piano/Clarinet/French Horn/Trumpet
Audrey started taking piano lessons at age six and went on to learn trumpet (playing through college in marching band, concert band, and orchestra), violin, and french horn. She has been playing in the Bellevue Orchestra along with her husband since 1986. Before coming to Bellevue, she enjoyed playing in the orchestra in various other churches where her husband served on staff. She also loves singing and enjoys participating in the Bellevue Women’s Worship team. She has been married to Steve for over 25 years, and they have two children, Gloria and Philip who are also in the Bellevue Orchestra. Audrey earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. She home educated her two children for 12 years and has taught piano, trumpet, and violin over the years. Her desire is to teach students to become more skilled on their instruments, and to use their abilities to bring glory to God. “Sing to Him a new song; play skillfully, and shout for joy. “Psalm 33:3