Artistic Director and Leader.
Marcus is a member of the Entertainment Hall of Fame, The Sojourners (singing trio), and has sung throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the South Pacific, Australia and the Middle East.
Originally from Ralls, Texas, Marcus grew up immersed in the music and culture of the Gospel tradition. He moved to Vancouver in 1985 and became a Canadian citizen in 2008. In 2016, he was inducted into the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame.
He has starred in the stage productions of Ain’t Misbehavin’, Black and Gold Revue (both Arts Cub), and Show Boat (Livent). He also created and directed It’s Time to Sing (Arts Club), a chronical of African-American Gospel music from slavery to present time.
In the studio, he has worked with Jim Byrnes and Colin James. He also appeared in the movie Twist of Faith, and in the Holiday Heart as the singing voice of Ving Rhames. He was also the singing voice of Fluttershy in an episode of My Little Pony.
Marcus is a member of the award-winning roots Gospel trio, The Sojourners (winners of the 2014 WCMA Best Spiritual Album of the Year). The Sojourners have opened for Gospel legends The Dixie Hummingbirds, The Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Dr. John and David Sanborn, and Bobby McFerrin.
Marcus has led Gospel workshops across Canada. He founded the Marcus Mosely Choral in 2011, and recorded the first MMC CD in 2017.