About Me

Jeanel LeBlanc 

Hi! I'm Jeanel and I created GodxMusic because I wanted to express my love for both God and music in a unique way!

Jeanel LeBlanc fell in love with music at age 3 while singing and learning piano with her sister. As she grew, she realized the joy that music gave not only her, but others around her.  Growing up in church, LeBlanc has been singing in church since age 5 and playing instruments since age 14.

Playing Euphonium at REACH Week NYC

In school, her love of singing continued to grow through the school choirs. However, in 7th grade, the middle school band director took a chance on her and started her on mallet percussion, then in 10th grade she switched over to Euphonium, which she ended up studying in college. She graduated from Rutgers University - Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2012 with a B.M. in Music Education with a concentration on Euphonium. During her time at Rutgers, her love of singing continued to flourish. In addition to being in the Rutgers Symphony Band and Marching band, she was also a member of the Kirkpatrick Choir, University Choir, Liberated Gospel Choir and Livingston Theater Company. 


She has performed professionally in and around NJ and NY, including for "The Ride" and Off-Broadway in the New York Black Theater Festival. She has had the pleasure of both performing and directing with the Tony Award winning Crossroads Theatre Company. 

LeBlanc has always had a love for teaching music. Her friends and family noticed her ear for music at a young age and often asked for her help with things which she would gladly give. She first started teaching music to her church choir at age 15 and would often be found helping classmates with various musical assignments and activities. After graduating with her Ed degree, she taught “Voice for Actors” for the Rutgers Summer Acting Conservatory, and taught middle school choir and general music for two years. She has also taught multiple music workshops at churches in New Jersey, as well as the ReFresh Summit in Chicago.