Dr. Samuel  Springer

Lecturer-Piano, Opera Workshop

 

Samuel Springer, DMA is active in the Mid-
Atlantic region as recitalist, accompanist and
church musician. As a performer, Samuel has
played concerts in England, the United States and
the Caribbean. Samuel has performing large-scale
choral accompaniments in works such as the
Duruflé Requiem and Vierne's Messe Solennelle
with many choirs and choral groups. He was been
a clinician at American Guild of Organists
workshops. He has also written articles for journals
such as Choir and Organ and The American Guild
of Organists Magazine.

 

Samuel studied at Trinity College of Music,
London, Yale School of Music, and the Peabody
Conservatory of Music. He is the recipient of
many awards for organ performance and
scholarship, among these are the W.F. Langmaid
Prize for organ from Trinity College of Music,
London, the Harry Jepson Memorial Scholarship
for organ from the Yale School of Music, and he
was named the Hugh Giles Scholar at the Yale
Institute of Sacred Music & the Arts, and the Lynn
Hebden Award for organ performance from the
Peabody Conservatory of Music. His teachers
include Thomas Murray, Charles Krigbaum, Gerre
Hancock and Donald Sutherland. His previous
appointments were as Organist at Berkeley
Divinity School at Yale, Assistant Organist at Yale
Divinity School and Trinity-On-The-Green, New
Haven.

 

Samuel is a lecturer of Music at the Morgan State
University. His classes include organ, piano and
music research and bibliography. He also teaches
organ at the Peabody Preparatory and is Director
of Music at Concord-St. Andrews UMC in
Bethesda, Maryland.