Photo credit: Tom Taylor 

Photo credit: Tom Taylor 

As a professional church musician since 1993, I focus on vibrant congregational song. I have served large, medium and small congregations in both urban and suburban settings across several denominations as choir director, organist, pianist, and liturgy planner. Much of my work has occurred within multicultural, liturgical worshipping communities, including my current work as Director of Music Ministries & Organist at Advent Lutheran Church, Manhattan.  Advent is a vibrant congregation worshipping in three services and two languages every Sunday. I currently serve as Dean of the Greater Bridgeport (CT) Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, as well as a member of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians and the American Choral Directors Association. 

I am available for workshops, consulting, short organ recitals, and clinics on choral techniques, liturgy planning, and congregational song.

 
 
 

 

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Church Music Workshops Given

Planning Music & Liturgy for Life Passages. Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University. New York, New York: February, 2014. 

Church Music & Lutheran Worship for Pastors. Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University.  New York, New York. January, 2013.

Prayers for Peace in 20th Century “Classical” Music. Seminar for “The Classroom Revisited”, Regis High School Alumni Association, New York, New York. April, 2012.

Music and the Church: Historical Development & Promising Practices. Seminar for “The Classroom Revisited”, Regis High School Alumni Association, New York, New York. April, 2010.

Quality Music for Small Church Choirs. Workshop for the Greater Bridgeport Chapter, American Guild of Organists, Bridgeport, Connecticut. June, 2009.

Global Music & the Church. Workshop for the Greater Bridgeport Chapter, American Guild of Organists, Bridgeport, Connecticut. September, 2006.

 

 

photo credit: Amanda Martignetti 

photo credit: Amanda Martignetti