Turning Pointe (Atlanta, GA) is a contemporary gospel quartet that unites four talented artists with soulful voices and a passion for music. Turning Pointe’s eclectic sound bridges the divide between old and new, while preserving gospel’s messages of love, faith, and hope. With a focus on collaboration and conversation, Turning Pointe provides international audiences the insight, experience, and spirituality of the gospel genre. The members of Turning Pointe include , Tamara Coleman, Priestly Stephenson and Sanchez Dixon, Jacoby Williams, Alex Maddox, Corey Taylor, and Corey Davis. Turning Pointe ventured on a month long tour to six countries in West Africa. Those countries included Accra, Ghana, Monrovia, Liberia, Lome, Togo, Brazzaville, Congo, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea and Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria. This tour is sponsored by the US Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Jazz at Lincoln Center conducted auditions, where over 130 quartets auditioned, yet only 10 groups were selected, including Turning Pointe. The final stop of the tour ended with two final performances at the National Geographic Center in Washington, D.C. and at Dizzy Club Coca Cola at the Jazz at Lincoln Center. Together, the members of Turning Pointe endeavor to change the world one song at a time, and to encourage and uplift audiences worldwide.