Celeste Lea's career has taken her to concert halls, cathedrals and opera houses throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, the Caribbean and Asia. Ms. Bembry appeared as a featured soloist with the Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers and the Spirit Chorale of Los Angeles. The combination of her expressive, ethereal vocalism and charming stage presence has delighted audiences nationally and internationally. Celeste Lea has worked with symphony orchestras, such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Honolulu Symphony, the Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra and the Northern Iowa Wind Symphony. Ms. Bembry has appeared in a broad range of concerts and productions at venues including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Performing Arts Center. She has been a featured soloist of Handel, Mozart, Bizet, Gounod, Puccini works, as well as, works of American composer’s Hayes, Johnson, Dawson, Hailstork, Barber,Gershwin, and many others. Ms. Bembry has appeared on NPR radio Minneapolis/St Paul performing her signature piece, Robert Page's 'There's A City called Heaven'. She has appeared on the Capstone record's CD 'Lyric Images' and the Mormon Tabernacle's CD release, 'An American Heritage of Spirituals.'