Upcoming MAD Events

Listing of all remaining Music, Art and Drama events

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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Victor Fields, Organist

Victor Fields is a versatile organist, pianist, choral director, performing artist and teacher. He is currently President of the Music Teachers National Association, York Chapter, and Dean of the American Guild of Organists, York Chapter. He teaches and accompanies on the faculty of York College of Pennsylvania, and the YCPrep Community Music School. Additionally, Victor is Director of Music and Organist at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, and Temple Beth-Israel, both in York, and serves as Associate Conductor and Accompanist for the Harrisburg Choral Society.

Victor earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in music performance from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, The Peabody Conservatory of Music, and the University of Cincinnati. Victor has performed throughout the United States, including solo performances with the York Symphony Orchestra.

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Wednesday, February 2, 2022

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Tyler Canonico, Organist

“One of the east coast’s finest young concert organists and inspiring church musicians,” award winning organist Tyler Canonico is the Minister of Music and Organist at Market Square Presbyterian Church in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where he received a Master of Music degree in Organ Performance, and was a student of Dr. Faythe Freese. Tyler received his Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in Organ Performance and Sacred Music from Lebanon Valley College, in Annville, Pennsylvania, where he was a student of Dr. Shelly Moorman-Stahlman.

In addition to his work at Market Square Presbyterian, Tyler is the organist for the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, a co-founding member of Allegro con Fuoco, a keyboard duo with local artist Jordan Markham, and is the Collaborative Pianist for the Central Pennsylvania Womyn’s Chorus. Tyler is a member of the Executive committee of the Harrisburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and is on the Mid-Atlantic American Guild of Young Organists board.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2022

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Grant Wareham, Organist

A Dayton, Ohio native, Grant Wareham began organ studies in 2007. He earned his BMus at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, where he studied organ with Ken Cowan, graduating Cum Laude and with Distinction in Research and Creative Work. While at Rice, Grant served as Moseley Memorial Organ Scholar at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Houston, and then as Associate Organist at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church.

Winner of both the First and Audience Prizes at the 2017 Albert Schweitzer Organ Competition in Hartford, CT, Grant has appeared as a featured artist at the 2017 National Convention of the Organ Historical Society in St. Paul, MN, and as a semifinalist in the 2019 Longwood International Organ Competition.

Grant completed the Master of Music degree in Organ at Yale Institute of Sacred Music and School of Music, where he studied organ with Jon Laukvik. He served as the Organist and Choirmaster for the Episcopal Church at Yale, and also as Organ Scholar at Christ Church New Haven, where he worked alongside Choirmaster Thomas Williford and Yale University Organist Emerita Thomas Murray. He currently serves as Director of Music and Organist at Derry Presbyterian, in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2022

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Jerrold Tidwell, Organist

A native of Alabama, Jerrold Tidwell began his musical career at the age of 16, as pianist for his home church and high school choral programs. Jerrold has served throughout the Eastern United States as an organist, choral director, collaborative pianist and vocal coach, including posts at The University of North Alabama, Jacksonville State University, and Reinhardt University, and as Director of Music and Liturgy at The Basilica of St. Peter, in Columbia, South Carolina. While serving in South Carolina, Jerrold founded the Dutch Fork Choral Society, a non-profit community arts outreach, for the purpose of presenting larger sacred and secular choral works. Jerrold received his Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance and Sacred Music from the University of Montevallo, where he was a student of Dr. Betty Louise Lumby, and the Colleague Certification, through the American Guild of Organists. Prior to coming to Camp Hill Presbyterian, Jerrold was pursuing the Master of Arts degree in Choral Conducting from Radford University, in Virginia.