Adjunct Assistant Professor of Organ

Matthew Lewis maintains an active career as organist, choral conductor and educator. He has been a member of the Organ Faculty of the Juilliard School Pre-College division since 1993, and Adjunct Assistant Professor or Organ at Westminster Choir College since 2006. Dr. Lewis has presented solo organ recitals in the United States, Canada and France, and was a featured artist on WNYC, New York. As Organist and Director of Music at the Church of the Incarnation in Manhattan, Dr. Lewis directs a select group of professional singers in a variety of liturgical choral music.

Associate Professor of Organ

Alan Morrison is recognized as one of America's premier concert organists and his concert appearances in some of the most prestigious organ concert venues in North America emphasize his achievements as a performer and the respect Mr.

Assistant Professor of Organ

Daryl Robinson has earned critical acclaim as a solo and collaborative artist, praised for his innovative programming, compelling performances, and unique depth of interpretative skill. Described as a performer with “…a driving muscular poetry underpinned by nimble technique and nuanced sense of style…” by London-based Choir and Organ, he was winner of both First Prize and Audience Prize at the 2012 American Guild of Organists National Young Artist Competition.

Associate Professor
Bristol Chapel

Associate Professor of Sacred Music; Director of Chapel. BA, St. Olaf College; MM, University of Illinois. Ph.D, Drew University

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Eric Plutz is University Organist at Princeton University. There his responsibilities include playing for weekly services at the Chapel, Academic Ceremonies, solo concerts and accompanying the Chapel Choir in services and concerts. He also coordinates the weekly After Noon Concert Series at the University Chapel. In addition, Mr. Plutz is rehearsal accompanist for the Westminster Symphonic Choir at Westminster Choir College of Rider University, and Princeton Pro Musica, both in Princeton, NJ.