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Leonardo Ciampa, artistic director. MIT chapel organ concert series and music director, Christ Lutheran Church, Natick, Mass. At MIT, the 2009-10 season included ten organ recitals featuring various artists from the United States and abroad; a Christmas concert (featuring the world premiere of Ciampa's Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen, a canonic setting based on a sketch by Brahms); and a New Year's Day broadcast. The organ in Saarinen's famous chapel was built in 1 95 5 by Walter Holtkamp Sr. At Christ Lutheran, a member of the New England Synod, Ciampa's duties include directing three choirs and playing the church's 1874 Johnson organ, restored with alterations by the Andover Organ Co. in 1977. Plans for the church's centennial in 2011 include the installation of two stops that were prepared for in 1977. Further information is available online at Leonardociampa.com.

Erik W. Goldstrom, canon musician, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Phoenix, Ariz., where his duties include service playing, conducting the cathedral choir and newly reorganized children's choir program, and serving as a board member for the Cathedral Center for the Arts. He will also serve as a liaison between the cathedral and Arizona State University to foster creative dialogue between the two organizations. Goldstrom has performed throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe, and has appeared at national conferences sponsored by the AGO and the Association of Anglican Musicians. An avid promoter of contemporary music, he has both commissioned and premiered works by several notable American composers, including Jeffrey Smith, David faffe, and Frank Ferko.

Karl Held, president, the American Boychoir School, Princeton, N.J., effective May 15, 2010. Educated at Westminster Choir College, he served in the 1980s as producer of many boychoir recordings conducted by James Litton. The American Boychoir, under the direction of Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, is regarded as the foremost such concert choir in the United States. Boys in grades four through eight reflect ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity, and come from across the country and around the world to pursue a rigorous musical and academic curriculum at the school, which is the only non-sectarian boychoir school in the nation, founded in Columbus, Ohio, in 1937. The choir performs widely with major sympnony orchestras and has recorded on its own label, Albemarle. Additional information is available online at Americanboychoir.org.

Edie Johnson, organist and music associate, Church Street United Methodist Church, Knoxville, Tenn., where she will accompany two traditional services on the church's 1966 AeolianSkinner with additions by Randall Dyer and Associates. In the fall she will initiate a Royal School of Church Music training program for young singers. Prior to this appointment, she served as assistant organist and choir director at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Ind., and was seminary organist and affiliate professor of church music at Christian Theological Seminary. She received her master's and doctoral degrees in organ at Indiana University, where she studied with Larry Smith, fohnson has performed at national AGO conventions, and for the Association of Anglican Musicians, the Organ Historical Society, and the National Assembly of the Discipies of Christ. Several of her performances have been broadcast on Pipedreams, and she has played concerts in England, France, and Canada, in addition to those in the United States.

Stephen McCarthy, area director, the six New England states, for the Wicks Organ Company of Highland, 111. …

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