Date(s) - 06/14/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
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- Dietrich Buxtehude: Prelude in D Major
- Alexandre Guilmant: Offertory on “O Filii et Filiae”
- Samuel Barber: Variations on “Wondrous Love”
- Herbert Howells: Preludio ‘Sine Nomine’
- J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 531
- Herbert Howells: Psalm Prelude
- David Conte: Sililoquy
- J. S. Bach: Fugue in E Flat Major, BWV 552
Presented by Sunset Music and Arts
David Jaronowski, M.M., CAGO, has served as director of music at the parish of Mary Queen of Peace for six years and as director of music and liturgy for the Congregation of St. Joseph for five years. Prior to that time, he was the director of music and organist at several area churches; He also spent two years in Kansas City, MO as the director of music at St. Peter’s Parish in Kansas City and as staff organist at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Mr. Jaronowski holds the Bachelor of Arts degree from Cleveland State University, where he studied organ with Nicole Keller and Dr. Margaret Scharf, voice with William Dempsey, and voice and choral conducting with Dr. Brian Bailey. Further studies were undertaken at the Oberlin Conservatory, studying organ with James David Christie and Mme. Marie-Louise Langlais, and studying harpsichord with Webb Wiggins. Mr. Jaronowski holds the Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he was a student of Todd Wilson. While at the Cleveland Institute of Music, he also studied early music at Case Western Reserve University, studying harpsichord with Dr. Peter Bennett, singing in the Early Music Singers choral ensemble, and receiving a certificate in Early Music from the university.
In addition to his responsibilities at Mary Queen of Peace and the Congregation of St. Joseph, Mr. Jaronowski also teaches at Notre Dame College, South Euclid, OH, as an instructor of choral studies. There he directs the Notre Dame Concert Choir and serves as organist during performing arts concerts.
Mr. Jaronowski is a member of the American Guild of Organists, from which he holds the Colleague certificate. He is also a member of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, from which he was awarded the association’s Nancy Bannister Academic Scholarship in 2013 and the LeMoyne College Scholarship in 2014. Mr. Jaronowski will begin pursuing his Doctor of Theology degree in Catholic Studies, with an emphasis on liturgical studies and liturgical music this summer at La Salle University in Philadelphia.