MUSIC FACULTY AT TRINITY
|Sally Beske||Children’s Choirs|
|James Gallagher||Perspectives in Choral Conducting|
|Lynda Hasseler||Choral Conducting; Choral Methods|
|Jane McFadden||Introduction to Handbells; Advanced Handbells|
|Justin Riley||Music Technology|
|May Schwarz||Liturgical Choir; Seminary Choir; Music & Liturgy;
The Church’s Song; Building Parish Music Programs;
Music in the Contemporary Church
|Sharon Stohrer||Voice; Voice Class|
|Paul Thornock||Organ Masterclass|
|Raymond Wise||Music and Worship in the African-American Tradition|
|G. Dene Barnard teaches organ to students in the M.A.C.M. during the academic year. He is organist-choirmaster emeritus at First Congregational Church. Trinity students learn on the Beckerath organ at First Congregational Church in downtown Columbus. The 1972 Rudolf von Beckerath (Hamburg, Germany) organ has 47 stops, 73 ranks, 3,719 pipes, mechanical key action, and electric stop action.|
Students in the program come from Nebraska, South Carolina, Florida, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Ohio (Bluffton, Bryan, Canfield, Columbus, Granville, Hillsboro, Mechanicsburg, Miamisburg, Middletown, Westerville, and Powell,).
Partnering with Capital University
Trinity is located directly across the street from Capital University. We have taken advantage of our proximity to build a long-lasting partnership with Capital's nationally known Conservatory of Music. Trinity students have access to many resources at Capital, including facilities and faculty.