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Thomas Vozzella

Location: Missouri, USA
 
 
Thomas R. Vozzella is the Founder and Director of The Academy of Fine and Performing Arts (established September 2010), and Organist/Director of Music at First Presbyterian Church, Rapid City (Mt. Rushmore), South Dakota. Additionally, he is a member of the Creator Magazine Editorial Board, South Dakota ACDA R&S Chair for Community Choirs/Music and Worship, and Sub-Dean, Blackhills AGO Chapter. Thomas holds a D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina; M.M. from The University of Louisiana, Monroe; and a BS in Organ/Church Music from Eastern Nazarene College.
Thomas R. Vozzella is the Founder and Director of The Academy of Fine and Performing Arts (established September 2010), and Organist/Director of Music at First Presbyterian Church, Rapid City (Mt. Rushmore), South Dakota. Additionally, he is a member of the Creator Magazine Editorial Board, South Dakota ACDA R&S Chair for Community Choirs/Music and Worship, and Sub-Dean, Blackhills AGO Chapter. Thomas holds a D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina; M.M. from The University of Louisiana, Monroe; and a BS in Organ/Church Music from Eastern Nazarene College.

 

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Dr. Thomas R. Vozzella, is the Director of Music/Organist at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Kansas City, Missouri. He is a member of the Creator Magazine Editorial Board, Guest Blogger on ACDA’s ChoralNet, and has served as the South Dakota R&S Chair for Community Choirs/Music and Worship, and as Dean of the Black Hills Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Choirs under his direction have appeared at Tennessee ACDA, two performances at The White House at the invitation of President and Mrs. George W. Bush, and invitations for Kansas KMEA, and Texas ACDA programs. Thomas has toured as a conductor and organist in twenty-six states, including Washington DC, and eleven countries, most recently Spain. His compositions appear in six catalogues, and have received four ASCAP Awards. His biography has appeared in International Who's Who in Music, in America, and in The World. Thomas holds a D.M.A. in Conducting from the University of South Carolina, where he studied with Dr. Larry Wyatt; M.M. from The University of Louisiana, Monroe, studying with the late, Dr. Edward Deckard; and a BS in Church Music/Organ from Eastern Nazarene College with Prof. Lambert Brandes.

 

 
    

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