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Summer Series: Andrew Scanlon

  • Old West Church 131 Cambridge Street Boston, MA, 02114 United States (map)

The Summer Series continues with Methuen-native Andrew Scanlon. As always, admission is free (donations accepted). 

A native of Methuen, Massachusetts, Andrew Scanlon has been a member of the keyboard faculty at East Carolina University since 2009, where he directs the graduate and undergraduate programs in organ and sacred music. In addition, he is the organist & choirmaster at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Greenville, NC and artistic director of East Carolina Musical Arts Education Foundation. From 2005— 2009 Andrew served as organ faculty at Duquesne University, and previously held positions at Christ & St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church (New York), St. Paul’s Epis- copal Cathedral (Buffalo), First Presbyterian Church (Pittsburgh) and Marquand Chapel at Yale Divinity School. A frequent performer at the organ, Scanlon has performed at national conventions of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and the Organ Historical Society. He has given recitals throughout North America and Europe, performing in some of the world’s most significant religious venues such as The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, (New York), Notre-Dame Cathedral, The American Cathedral and La Trinité Church (Paris) and other venues in England, Italy, Germa- ny, Canada and Croatia.

Actively involved in the AGO, Andrew Scanlon holds the Fellowship diploma (FAGO), has been a faculty member for three Pipe Organ Encounters, and serves on both the National Board of Examiners and the Committee on Professional Certi- fication. He is a graduate of Duquesne University and both the Institute of Sacred Music and School of Music at Yale University. Andrew’s principal teachers have been John Skelton, Ann Labounsky, David Craighead, John Walker, and Thomas Murray. 

Earlier Event: July 19
Summer Series: Steven Young
Later Event: August 2
Summer Series: Mary Jodice