2008 - present
Education: BS from Northern Arizona University and MS from BYU, both in Music Education
Family Guy: Married to Melissa, 3 rad kids, Kaitlyn, Krissy, and Kavin (girls graduated from ALA and Kavin will in 2020)
Proudest moment: As the underdog in show choir competitions, winning competitions where we compete with schools that have at 2-5,000 students. Our humble ALA school choir program has been blessed to compete alongside our nations best show choirs.
Something you would do over and over again: Hike in the beautiful mountains, work in my garden, feed the birds, and marry my sweetheart, Melissa.
Something you never want to do again: Break my femur, eat liver, or eat octopus legs in refried beans at a Mexican restaurant in Beaver, UT.
Favorite part about your career: LOVE working with youth and seeing them develop and BECOME what they dream. I also have a passion for production and love the process.
Sweet tooth: I love fruit, Diet Pepsi, chocolate chip cookies, and Mexican Food
Biggest dream: I've often wished and dreamed that someone would donate enough money to put in the bank so that we could draw from it yearly to subsidize this program so more people would be able to participate.
Education: BM from Brigham Young University (Media Music) and ME from University of Florida (Music Education)
Family: Married to Ariana, 4 children, Jaxon (12), Kodee (10), Gemma (8), and Lottie (5)
Proudest moment: Competing as a member of BYU's Vocal Point (high tenor) and winning the ICCA (International Competition) at Lincoln Center in New York City (2005). It made me want to choose this as a profession.
Something you would do over and over again: Swim. All day, every day. I'm really 80% part Merman, 20% part human. Love to go hiking and on random adventures with my family. I also run a lot and want to keep running Marathons (two so far). Ariana and I love watching RomComs together, eating homestyle Popsecret popcorn, and taking long walks.
Something you never want to do again: Get my appendix out or get stuck on the swinging ferris wheel at Disneyland. We almost died- no joke. (Not really but we were terrified).
Favorite part about your career: Seeing students who don't think they're enough, or do not have a lot of confidence become stars on stage. I love seeing them step into the light and own it with everything they have. I love the way music heals and changes people's lives- and I get to see it every day!
Sweet tooth: Jr. MInts, Dr. Pepper, Mt. Dew and Peach Rings have all been a problem at one time or another in my life.
Biggest dream: I'm living it! I've always wanted to work at a school like ALA with competitive show choirs that compete regularly. I'm so excited to hop on board with this crazy ride. I'd also love to win a Grammy award one day for song writing- but that's dreaming dreaming:)
"We have added Jordan Keith to our choir staff - FUN FACTS: Keith is also from Thatcher, AZ and we both graduated from Thatcher HS, that both of our fathers taught at Eastern AZ College, and that we both cannot believe that we are living the dream of working together! The LUNT-KEITH duo will be a dynamite team!" - Mr. Lunt
Since coming on board, Lunt has refocused and re-energized the choir program. Today, with close to 250 students in six groups, the choir program is now the single largest school activity on campus with one out of every four students at ALA taking part.
Possibly, the biggest change he made after arriving on campus was to turn ALA’s choir program into a competitive force. During its first year, Evolution had ten boys and sixteen girls. Their eyes were open as they went to their first competition. Currently, five years later, Evolution, consisting of 50 singers, 13 band members, and 10 technicians, has qualified twice to participate in the Show Choir National Championship Series in Chicago.
“ALA Choirs are Utah’s best kept secret!”
- USU Choir professor, Competition judge
Garrett Breeze Utah
Aaron Coates Indiana
Anita Cracauer Minnesota
David Fehr Mississippi
Jordan Keith Utah
Josh Greene California
JR Marlow California
Eric VanCleave Illinois
Chad Alexander Missouri
Venna Barrowes Utah
Kevin Brazeil Mississippi
Damon Brown Indiana
Kevin Chase Iowa
Jena Sainsbury Burr Utah
Gates Crisler Mississippi
April James California
JR Marlow California
Jennifer Oundjian California
Greg "Bubba" Bussiere Massachusetts
Debra Bonner Utah Speech Level Singing
Randy Boothe Utah Brigham Young University
Brett Carroll California Burbank High School
Cloey Kepashvili Utah Freelance Vocal Coach