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Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Good Shepherd Organ Recital with Dr. Jonathan Rudy

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Event Date

November 6, 2022 - November 6, 2022

Event Time

4:30 p.m.

Event Cost

FREE
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Dr. Jonathan Rudy, cantor at Grace Lutheran Church, Clarksville, TN, presents a program of organ music by J.S. Bach and others, featuring the newly refurbished console of the Schlicker organ at CTSFW.

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Event Information

The Music and Chapel department in combination with the Good Shepherd Institute is pleased to invite all to attend an organ recital at Kramer Chapel on the campus of CTSFW, November 6 at 4:30 p.m.

Dr. Jonathan Rudy, cantor at Grace Lutheran Church, Clarksville, TN, will present a program of organ music by J.S. Bach and others, featuring the newly refurbished console of the Schlicker organ at CTSFW. This recital is underwritten by The Reverend Kantor Roger Goetz Endowment Fund.

This event is free and open to the public as part of the annual Good Shepherd Institute Conference. For complete details about the conference and/or to register to attend the entire conference, visit ctsfw.edu/gsi. Please note that you do not need to attend the conference to enjoy this musical opportunity. We welcome your attendance at the recital and hope to see you in Kramer Chapel on November 6.

 

Questions about this event?

If you have questions about this event we would be glad to answer them. Please send all questions and inquiries to the contact below.

Dr. Paul Grime

Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Mission
Dean of Spiritual Formation
Dean of the Chapel
Co-Director of Good Shepherd Institute

Phone: (260) 452-2197
Email: Paul.Grime@ctsfw.edu
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Jonathan Rudy Biography

Jonathan Rudy, a native of Batavia, IL, is proud to follow a sacred music vocation. He regularly appears in locations across the United States, including appearances at the AGO National Convention in Houston, the 2017 ALCM National Conference, as well as with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra and Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Rudy was awarded First and Audience Prizes in the 2014 National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance. He has also received awards and recognitions in the National Organ Playing Competition in Fort Wayne, IN, and the Regional Competition for Young Organists in 2011, amongst others.

Dr. Rudy received his doctorate in organ and sacred music at Indiana University, studying with Janette Fishell and Bruce Neswick. His prior degrees are from Indiana and Valparaiso Universities (studying with Lorraine Brugh and Karel Paukert), and he studied in high school with Karl Bruhn and his mother, Melinda J. Rudy. Jonathan D. Rudy currently serves as Cantor / Director of Music at Grace Lutheran Church, Clarksville, TN, where he leads the congregation and musical ensembles in song, and where he lives with his beautiful wife, Katie, and two children.

You can find out more information about Jonathan at jonathanrudy.com.

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