BRINSON

Schuyler Brinson joined the Fishers Community Chorus in January 2016, shortly after its inception.  His time with the ensemble has been marked by steady growth – both in membership and in talent level.  His exuberant mix of humor and instruction has been pivotal in the rapid musical and personal achievement of our members.  Brinson is a natural-born teacher, and his pride in his singers’ accomplishments is visible at the end of every performance

Brinson maintains a busy schedule as an accompanist, organist and conductor. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Church Music and Organ from Anderson University where he studied with Randall Frieling. He has performed with the Anderson Symphony Orchestra and the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra and has played for Gospel Artist Sandi Patty. In 2007, he premiered a new work entitled “A Mass for Organ & Trombone” written by composer Rick Vale. While at Anderson University, he won the Concerto/Aria competition and performed with the AU Chamber Orchestra and was awarded the Organ Performance Award from the School of Music. Brinson was one of six organists to perform at the 2013 Indianapolis Pipe Organ Festival held at St. Luke’s UMC, Indianapolis.

Brinson has served as the accompanist for the Anderson University Chorale and the Lawrence Central High School Choral Department. Recently, Brinson served as the Resident Organist and Accompanist with the Indianapolis Children’s Choir and Youth Chorale.  During a 2015 performance tour in Rome, Brinson played for a choral festival, which included playing Mass at the Vatican. He has played for and served as music director for several theatrical productions.  Heserves as an Orchestra Conductor at Footlite Musicals in Indianapolis.

Schuyler holds memberships with the American Guild of Organists, the American Choral Directors Association and the Indiana Choral Directors Association. He currently serves as the Director of Music and Organist at Geist Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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