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The Van Looy Series is named in honor of Ellen Van Looy Reed ’53. Ellen’s mother, Priscilla Van Looy, donated the total cost for the rebuilding of the console and relays of the Moller organ.

Concerts will be held in Thomson Hall’s Alumnae Chapel at Wilson College.

Tickets are $7, children under 16 and Wilson students/faculty/staff are free. Complimentary reception to follow in Lenfest Lobby.

Dan Miller
Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
Thomson Alumnae Chapel

A church organist since age fifteen, Dan Miller has served at several notable churches. At Calvary Church in Charlotte, NC, he presided over the world’s thirteenth largest pipe organ; at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL, he served as assistant organist to Diane Bish. Currently Dan is the organist for St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Beaverton, OR. He also serves many churches nationwide as guest organist for their worship services. Mr. Miller holds a Church Music Diploma from Moody Bible Institute. He majored in organ performance at the American Conservatory of Music, holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida Atlantic University, and a Master of Music degree in organ performance from Winthrop University. For more information about Dan Miller and to order CDs, please visit his website: www.DanMiller.com


Carol Feather-Martin
Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
Thomson Alumnae Chapel

Carol Feather-Martin, a native of North Carolina, graduated from Oberlin Conservatory with a BM in piano performance and MM degree in organ performance and piano chamber music and accompanying performance from Catholic University. Carol has begun her 29th year as Director of Music and Arts and organist at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arlington, VA. For 10 years, Carol was the Artistic Director of Virginia Bronze, an auditioned community handbell ensemble. Under her direction, the group routinely presented uniquely constructed, progressive concerts in collaboration with many guest artists and ensembles. Solo and chamber music recitals have taken Carol to many areas of the U.S. and also Canada and Germany.