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Please Welcome Our New Organist Alan Depuy

We are thrilled to announce that Alan Depuy has accepted the call to become Director of Music Ministry at St. George's, beginning July 15! Alan currently serves as Associate to the Rector for Liturgy and Music, Organist and Choir Master, at St. Thomas Episcopal Parish and School, Coral Gables, Florida. He has also served as Clerke of the Works and Assistant Organist at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, and Organist and Choirmaster at Trinity Cathedral, Phoenix. Alan holds degrees from Chapman University (B.A., Music Performance) and Arizona State University (M.A., Organ Performance). He began his career as an organist at age nine, playing for the televised services of the Crystal Cathedral.

Alan describes his ministry as "inspiring and blessing the People of God, enhancing their worship experience through beautiful art, music and song, and sharing the wonder and power of organ and choral music for this and future generations." Alan is looking forward to joining the staff at St. George's, where he is "especially impressed with our commitment to outreach and our deep engagement in the arts." We are so very happy that Alan will join us here at St. George's! His first Sunday with us will be July 16. Please join us that day as we welcome him.

PRIZM Music Camp Scholarships

PRIZM Music Camp Scholarships: how to apply and how to support!


Did you know that scholarships are available for students to attend PRIZM Music Camp? No matter who you are, we think this is news you need.

Here's why:
1. Could your student or a student you know benefit from a PRIZM Camp scholarship?
Here's where you can apply.

2. Are you fortunate enough to be able to support a scholarship for a student who needs one?
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities right here

Providing need-based scholarships to student musicians is an important way that we serve our mission of opportunity, access and diversity. Your support is critical to making that possible.

As you know, this year marks our 9th annual PRIZM Music Camp & International Chamber Music Festival, and we're expanding to TWO weeks! For our first week, we'll be back at Shady Grove Presbyterian Church. For our second week, we're excited to partner with First Baptist Church on Broad Avenue! Throughout both weeks, we will continue to feature an inclusive atmosphere with outstanding international faculty who are dedicated to enhancing the musical development of our youth.
 
To participate in the Music Camp and Festival, students must be 12 years or older and have a minimum of two years of experience with their instrument. We do offer need-based scholarships to ensure that all students can have this inspiring opportunity. PRIZM Camp is a full day camp, with evening concert commitments.
Head here for a sample schedule. 

What are you waiting for?
Click here to register - we can't wait to see you this summer! 

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