Thomas P. Rodgers has been honored by the Global Directory of Who's Who
Bound Brook, NJ. - Thomas P. Rodgers has been honored by the Global Directory of Who's Who for outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of Music Directing.
About Thomas P. Rodgers
Thomas P. Rodgers received a Bachelor of Music degree at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania in 1975. He is the Director of Music at the Presbyterian Church located at 409 Mountain Avenue, Bound Brook, New Jersey. He enjoys creating music and his expertise is the organ. Mr. Rodgers is an organist for 2 services and Director of the Adult Choir, the Adult Handbell Choir, the Youth Choir, the Youth Handbell Choir, the Children's Choir and the Children's Handbell Choir. He performs concerts with an orchestra including Mozart Requiem and Grand Moss, Haydn, Lord Nelson Mass, Mass in Time of War, Requiem, Vaughan-Williams Five Mystical Songs, Britten Saint Nicolas, Purcell Te Deum, Vivaldi Gloria and Whitbourn Missa Carolae. He performed a Commissioned Piece and Waters Flow by Lee Hoiby for his 30th Anniversary at the Church. (Organ Soloist in Paulenc Organ Concert in G Minor), staged Amahl and the Night Visitors, 4 Madrigal Dinners, a Boar's Head Festival and a Gilbert and Sullivan Evening. In addition to several children's musical Instrument ensembles often used in worship, Mr. Rodgers is a member of the Presbyterian Association of Musicians, the American Choral Directors Association and the American Guild of Organists.
About The Global Directory of Who's Who
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Member Biography: Thomas Rodgers