1981 Shelly Moorman - Stahlman

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  • University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music    Bachelor of Music
  • University of Missouri - Kansas City  Conservatory of Music   Master of Music
  • University of Iowa   Doctor of Musical Arts
  • Studied at the summer North German Organ Academy with Harald Vogel
  • Studied organ with Delbert Disselhorst, Delores Bruch and John Ditto
  • Studied piano with Santiago Rodriguez and John McIntyre

Accomplishments, Contributions, Community Service, Awards:

  • Semi-Finalist in the St. Albans International Organ Competition in England
  • Audience Prize at the Spivey International Organ Competition
  • Finalist at the Arthur Poister Organ Competition
  • Second Prize in the MTNA National Wurlitzer Competition
  • A featured artist at major venues in Washington D.C., New York City and across the Midwest
  • Recently performed the Rachmaninov 2nd Concerto with the Central Pennsylvania Orchestra, gave organ recitals at the Cathedral in Atlanta, Georgia and at the University of Arizona, Tucson
  • One of four international organ recitalists invited to perform at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia on one of the largest organs in America
  • Represented by the Phyliss Stringham Concert Management
  • Served on the National board of the Presbyterian Association of Musicians
  • Dean of the Harrisburg American Guild of Organists Chapter
  • Member of the American Guild of Organists National Committee on Professional Education
  • Served as Director of Music at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Iowa City, Iowa where she developed and directed a graded choral and handbell program
  • Associate Professor of Music at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania where she teaches organ, piano, class piano, form and analysis and church music courses
  • Continues to serve as a church musician as a substitute and for large choral presentations
  • Given many workshops and master classes for conventions, colleges and churches.  Presented a workshop on the history of piano pedagogy at the Pennsylvania Music Teacher's Association Convention and a workshop on organ pedagogy for the American Guild of National Organists Convention