Tyler Williams is an experienced arranger, orchestrator, pianist, and music director living in Nashville, Tennessee. Proficient in notation and engraving, Tyler has been able to use his gifts to help create quality musical arrangements for a variety of clients.
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Tyler received his undergraduate degree in music composition from Palm Beach Atlantic University, in West Palm Beach, Florida. Upon graduation, Tyler served as the staff arranger and music director at Family Church in West Palm Beach.
During his time at Family Church, Tyler produced choral and orchestral arrangements for weekly services for varying groups across multiple campuses. He also created charts and supervised recordings of original music with Family Church Worship.
In addition to his ministry experience, Tyler has worked as both musical director and accompanist for the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He has directed shows such as Les Misérables, The Spitfire Grill, She Loves Me, Godspell, and The Drowsy Chaperone.
Tyler is currently pursuing a graduate degree in commercial music arranging at Belmont University, located in the heart of the thriving Nashville music industry. His most recent arrangements include music for Voxology (Belmont's urban gospel ensemble), the Jacksonville Passion Play (First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, FL), and Doxology (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary).