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Jonathan White
Interim or Substitutes Organist/Pianist, Choirmaster, Cantorial

All Denominations. I know liturgy of all the major faiths including synagogue work and am fluent in Hebrew. Available every day for services, funerals, weddings.



954.425.7013

Male Singers wanted
Become Part Of (SFPC)

If you were a member of the South Beach Gay Men's Chorus (SBGMC) and are interested in being part and build the new (SFPC) South Florida Pride Chorus, we want to hear from you.  We have great Ideas to share with you.  we are also looking for your input. You need to be dedicated, a team player, and help each other while we have fun at the same time.  this is all volunteer time while we grow. we are also looking for a volunteer artistic director, and an Organist. if so kindly email us and we will send you the date and time when we will meet.. wishing you a happy holiday seasonLaughing



786-540-5019

Christopher Toth
Organ, Piano, Keyboard, Voice



Experienced organist, pianist, keyboard player, music director and singer.  Roman Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, musical theatre and popular music.  Weddings, Funerals, Concerts, Church and Temple Services, Musical Theatre productions. Please see my website for complete information.  I am creative, engaging, grounded in tradition but always thinking outside the box.  Expert notation using Sibelius software. Available year-round in SE Florida.



216.406.0228

Ed Kolcz
Substitute, Interim, Permanent Organist/Pianist Music/Choir Director



Available as Substitute, Interim, Permanent Music/Choir Director, Organist/Pianist, simultaneous Cantoring.

Over 35 years continuous experience in the Catholic Church. Available for other denominations.

Weddings, Funerals, other activities.  Available 7 days a week.

Superb sight-reader.

Available in all of S. Florida

References on request.



954-649-0127

Dr. Walter Gerard Busse, Ph.D.
Substitutes Music Director/Choirmaster/Organist/Pianist

Dr. Walter Gerard Busse, Ph.D. Substitutes Music Director/Choirmaster/Organist/Pianist 305-951-7253 waltbusse@aol.com Available for weddings, funerals, accompanist, cocktail pianist, or church substitutes work (NOT SUNDAY MORNINGS). Holds 2 degrees from Berklee. Masters and Doctorate from UM Frost School of Music. Over 25 years of music ministry experience in all denominations. Have planned and led music for over 4,000 Roman Catholic masses, over 1,000 various protestant services and 2000+ weddings and funerals. Able to accompany, sight read, and improvise all musical styles including classical, pop, rock, gospel, country, and jazz. Have led choirs and/or played organ/piano internationally throughout Italy, France and Israel including St. Peter's Basilica (Easter Sunday), St. Ignatius Rome, Notre Dame Paris, as well as Carnegie Hall and throughout Miami including St. Mary's Cathedral, Epiphany, Little Flower, St. Augustine, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, St. Philips Episcopal, FUMCSM, FUMCCG, Central Pres., Old Cutler Pres. and last 2 years as music director/organist/pianist at First United Methodist of Miami. www.fumcmiami.com Also 25+ years of experience as qualified piano tuner available for hire. For more info, CV/Resume and/or references please call or email 305-951-7253 waltbusse@aol.com

 

 



305-951-7253

Roberto Scarpa Meylougan
International Concerts Organist



Roberto Scarpa Meylougan

obtained a degree with distinction in pipe organ, harpsichord, composition and prepolyphonic chant at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice under the guidance of Sergio de Pieri and W. van de Pol. Then he specialised in France with J. Guillou, M. Chapuis, J.P. Brosse and G. Litaize.

In addiction to his first musical activity, he also regularly works as sound engineer, microphonist and audio editor, which are his main professional passions.
He played as organist and harpsichordist at the main French, Italian and German cathedrals. Since 1978 he frequently holds many concerts throughout Europe.

In 1982 and 1983 he was awarded the absolute first prize “Città di Stresa”. In 1985 he received an invitation from Vatican City in order to play an organ concert on the occasion of Pope Giovanni Paolo II’s first visit in Venice. After a year he played at Saint Giovanni end Paolo Church in Rome.

Olivier Messiaen and Karl Richter appreciated his particular virtuosic technique using pedalboard and many composers dedicated to him many original works for solo pedalboard.
He took part as composer and harpsichordist in G.Verdi Coservatory’s concert season “Serie Rubino 1989/90”, where he presented the “Concert in sol” for cello and orchestra in partnership with cellist and composer Marco Ravasio.

From 1989 to 1991 he taught pipe organ and organ composition at Pierluigi da Palestrina Conservatory in Cagliari Sardegna.
In the meanwhile, from 1992 to 2000 he worked as producer with the main opera theatres in Europe and with some great personalities such as Claudio Abbado, Viekoslav Sutej, Sir Roger Norringthon, Thomas Sanderling, Roberto Paternostro, Marcello Panni, Stefan Malzew, Adriano Martinolli, etc., with soloists: Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armiliato, Carlo Guelfi, Andrea Griminelli Albrecht Mayer, Oliver Kern and with symphonic orchestras: Mahler Chamber orchestra, London Philarmonic Orchestra, Opera of Nizza, Opera de Sevilla, Regio di Parma, Teatro di Torino, and many more.

Thanks to his interest in digital recording techniques applied to classic music, in 1998 he won the Cannes Classical Awards with the Director Thomas Sanderling.
He played as soloist with “I Solisti Veneti” directed by Claudio Scimone. After that, he was invited in Zagreb, where he played F. Poulenc’s “Concert for organ, string and ketteldrum orchestra” with the Zagreb Philarmonic Orchestra directed by Vjekoslav Sutej at Lisinsky Hall.

In summer 2006 he recorded as soloist his latest album “Children”. This is a part of a personal project, which aims to revaluate and rediscover the pipe organ as means of aggregation and fun and to spread out new and uncommon repertories for this instrument.
He attended many workshops on organ art held by Piccinelli, Formentelli and Fratelli Ruffatti, with whom he worked on the realisation of projects for restoration and building of many pipe organs in Veneto region.

He made a great number of collaborations with many broadcasters such as RAI (I and II channel), National Swiss Television and other 35 broadcasters throughout Europe.
He composed the soundtracks for the film documents “Angkor”, “La giungla di pietra” e “Le città murate del Veneto”, for which he won the first prize “Città di Torino”.

He wrote innumerable transcriptions and compositions. At present he is working on his first opera in three acts (musical style) titled “I.N.R.I.”.
Roberto Scarpa Meylougan also works in the field of pop music as composer and arrenger for many groups and personalities such as Andrea Braido, Antonio Maiello, Stefano Caprioli, Guido Toffoletti, Evol and many others.

As soloist pianist, he will play K. Emersons’s “Piano works”, G. Gershwin’s “Rapsodia in blue” and “Concert in fa”. As producer and musical supervisor, he has more than 120 CD spread out throughout the world and published by Universal, Deutsche Grammophon, Philips, Decca, Real Sound S.r.l. and Phoenix classics.

In 2006-2007 he directed the chorus Cantori Veneziani with whom he performed concerts at the theaters La Fenice and Malibran in Venice.
One of his last works was the salvage, restauration and enlargement of the Tamburini orgue previously located in the basilica of S.Marco in Venice and now replaced in the church of S:Rita da Cascia in Mestre.

In 2008 he won the first prize at the international Elvira di Renna award in Faiano Salerno with the program “Children”; after that he chose and played the musical accompaniment for the marriage of Marina Berlusconi in her family residence at Arcore.
He began 2009 accompanying with his piano Daniela Dessì and Francesco Renga at the Sanremo Festival.

In july he is going to perform an orgue concert at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall in Boston,MA. 

in July 2012 he released his latest album as Organist and Composer with soprano Daniela Dessi for Universal Decca



+393385388372

Organist/Choir Director
Church Position sought

Experiened Organist and Choir Director is seeking for a church position (Protestant) in Ft. Lauderdal, Miami, and Palm Beach area as organist, choir director or both combined.   Availability is immediate.  

Contact Gordon Roberts

email:  MaestroGJR@gmail.com

Phone: 954 536 8991

 

Gordon is a member in good standing of Fort Lauderdale AGO and also available as a Substitute, for Weddings, and Protestant Services.

Please forward this message to anyone interested.

If any AGO member knows about an open or opening position in the SE Florida tri-county area, let Gordon know.

 

Gordon is the founding director of the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida and developed that organization over a five year period from 41 members to 179 with sold out audiences for that period performing a diverse range of music and performing with the Symphony of the Americas, Gussman Series in Miam, and Live at Lynn, things no gay choruses have ever accomplished.   He knows how to develop a music program of the highest standars, has degrees from the Juilliard School NYC and has been conducting choruses and orchestras (most recently the Symphony of the Americas and the world premiers of the Opera "Not In My Town" ) all of his life.

Has been on many Boards and understands the building process of working with Boards.

He is a composer, arranger, orchestrator, conductor, organist, pianist.   Composed the musical "Friday, Saturday, Sunday" which was premiered at Jan McArts "Live at Lynn" at Lynn University.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.



Home phone 954 964 2449

Organist/Choir Director
Church Position sought

Experiened Organist and Choir Director is seeking for a church position (Protestant) in Ft. Lauderdal, Miami, and Palm Beach area as organist, choir director or both combined.   Availability is immediate.  

Contact Gordon Roberts

email:  MaestroGJR@gmail.com

Phone: 954 536 8991

 

Gordon is a member in good standing of Fort Lauderdale AGO and also available as a Substitute, for Weddings, and Protestant Services.

Please forward this message to anyone interested.

If any AGO member knows about an open or opening position in the SE Florida tri-county area, let Gordon know.

 

Gordon is the founding director of the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida and developed that organization over a five year period from 41 members to 179 with sold out audiences for that period performing a diverse range of music and performing with the Symphony of the Americas, Gussman Series in Miam, and Live at Lynn, things no gay choruses have ever accomplished.   He knows how to develop a music program of the highest standars, has degrees from the Juilliard School NYC and has been conducting choruses and orchestras (most recently the Symphony of the Americas and the world premiers of the Opera "Not In My Town" ) all of his life.

Has been on many Boards and understands the building process of working with Boards.

He is a composer, arranger, orchestrator, conductor, organist, pianist.   Composed the musical "Friday, Saturday, Sunday" which was premiered at Jan McArts "Live at Lynn" at Lynn University.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.



Home phone 954 964 2449
cell phone 954 536 8991
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