Bruce Neswick is the organist/choirmaster of the Episcopal Cathedral in Atlanta, George. He has been organist at the National Cathedral, and before that was organist/choirmaster of Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington, Kentucky. A graduate of Pacific Lutheran University and the Yale University School of Music, his teachers have included David Dahl, Margaret Irwin-Brandon, Robert Baker, and Gerre Hancock. Neswick studied with Lionel Rogg at the Conservatoire de Musique in Geneva, Switzerland, where he also served as the organist and choirmaster of Holy Trinity Anglican Church. For eight years prior to Geneva, Neswick was the organist and choirmaster of St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Buffalo, New York, where he was also appointed Canon Precentor near the end of his tenure.
Neswick holds the Fellowship degree from the American Guild of Organists and was the first-place winner in that organization's national improvisation competition in 1990. He has also won improvisation competitions in California and Geneva. Neswick has directed and assisted at several summer courses sponsored by the Royal School of Church Music for boy and girl choristers and is in frequent demand as a recitalist and workshop presenter. He has composed on commission for several churches and performers in the U.S. and served as a continuing consultant to the committee that prepared the Episcopal Church's Hymnal 1982. In 2008 Neswick received the honorary Fellowship degree from the Royal School of Church Music.
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