Dr. Neil E. Stahurski
Neil E. Stahurski (M.M. Sacred Music) While at Duquesne, he studied with Ann Labounsky. He is currently the Director of Music Ministries at the Church of the Assumption, in Bellevue. He also has served as assistant conductor and accompanist for the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, and more recently Neil's compositions were performed by the Pittsburgh organization OvreArts. He has also done research and performed recitals, which highlight the organ literature of Poland. Neil has a Doctorate in Organ Performance and a Performer's Certificate from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester NY, where he studied with the late David Craighead and the late Michael Farris.
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