Chloe Gale began her musical journey studying piano at the age four and voice at age ten. Her style spreads across many genres including Classical, Pop, Soul, Soft Rock, Contemporary, Theatre, and Jazz.
The summer of 2016 was the beginning of her career as a congregational pianist at the St. Matthew’s United Church of Lewisporte, NL which led to her work with Trinity United Church of Botwood.
During this time, she began working with Another Newfoundland Company at Queen Street Dinner Theatre in Grand Falls- Windsor where she later took on the role of vocal director and actress.
Performing since 2003 at local events and competitions, the Kiwanis Music Festival of Grand Falls- Windsor was the building block for her musical attributes. She has won numerous awards including Best Performance of the Festival, a six-time Rose Bowl winner, and a provincial winner.
After graduating high school, she began studying Classical piano at Memorial University of Newfoundland and joined the Memorial University Festival and Chamber Choir, Saura Chamber Choir, and Les Ms. Women’s Choir.
Once Covid-19 struck, Chloe started working with the St. Matthew’s United Church Lewisporte Pastoral Charge to help produce services online. She also collaborated with her previous high school music teacher, and local singer/songwriter, Adam Baxter for his hit single “As Long as Nothing Gets Hurt”.
Chloe is a recent graduate of the College of North Atlantic for the Music: Performance Business & Technology program. It was through her studies at CNA she found a love for tutoring fellow classmates, stage managing, and song writing. Chloe is thrilled to be joining Ovation Music Studio to help students develop their musical aspirations.