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Organ Dedication Concert at John Knox Presbyterian Church

Posted By: Catherine Good | Posted on: 03-09-2015


Organ Dedication Concert

Featuring special guest organist:

Rodney Barbour
At the Infinity Series Digital Classical Organ

Friday, March 27, 2015 at 7:00 PM

John Knox Presbyterian Church
25200 Lorain Road, North Olmsted, Ohio 44070

About the Artist: 

During his career, Rodney Barbour has served eight different churches as organist, pianist, keyboardist, trombonist, adult choir director, youth and children’s choir director, handbell director, brass director, instrumental conductor, worship leader, liturgist, contemporary worship band director and many times as “entertainer”!

With degrees in Music Education from Marshall University in his hometown of Huntington, WV and in Organ Performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, Rodney’s training and background give him skill and technique to feel comfortable in a wide variety of musical venues. You may have seen or heard Rodney conducting Handel’s Messiah with the Crestview Church Chancel Choir and orchestra, playing “charge” at the Cincinnati Red’s Riverfront Stadium and theatre organ at the Springdale Music Palace, or playing trombone in the Barnum and Bailey Ringling Bros. Circus Band. Particular to tonight’s event, Rodney served as Assistant Minister of Music and organist at College Hill Presbyterian Church from 1977-1979 and 1981-1984 and is a Former Dean of the Cincinnati Chapter American Guild of Organists.

Rodney Barbour and his wife Cheri reside in Cincinnati, Ohio where they enjoy golfing, biking and photography. Rodney is Director of Worship and Arts at Crestview Presbyterian Church, West Chester and travels across the United States for concerts and educational events.