Prize-winning organist Adam Pajan plays works by Alcock, Hindemith, Willan, Gershwin, Harwood and Schmidt on The Great Organ at Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
Adam Pajan is Lecturer in Music (organ) at the University of Oklahoma School of Music, where he teaches students in organ performance, organ technology, and church music. He received his DMA in 2014 at the University of Oklahoma following studies at Furman University and Yale University, earning the BM and MM degrees respectively. His performing career has taken him across the United States, on five tours to Germany, England (including a performance at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London), and Switzerland. Dr. Pajan has been recognized as the first prize recipient in three national competitions (Poister, Mader, and Schweitzer) and has been heard at conventions of the American Institute of Organbuilders, Organ Historical Society, American Guild of Organists, American Liszt Society, and multiple times on American Public Media’s radio program Pipedreams. An enthusiastic director of choral and sacred music, he serves as Director of Music at St. Mark the Evangelist in Norman, OK, Artist in Residence at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Tulsa, OK, and was Conductor of the Oklahoma Master Chorale from 2015-2019. Upcoming performances include programs in Hawaii and Germany.
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