Music

A newly launched music and worship program will increase experiential, practical opportunities within new and existing courses while maintaining the pursuit of musical excellence and rigour.
Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen's commitment to the Noordbroek Organ Academy in the Netherlands is an example of his dedication to the organ, God and his vocational calling.
Ruth Ann Schuringa '89, the first faculty award winner, reflects on the early days of Redeemer's music program.
Redeemer is launching two new music programs preparing grads with skills and knowledge for careers in music, worship and ministry.
Redeemer’s faculty and students explore issues of race and representation through the curriculum this term.
Jason Chan'20 describes the lessons learned, friendships made and beauty experienced during his time as a Redeemer Concert Choir member.
In the wake of COVID-19, Redeemer's music department shares stories of grief, resilience and the healing power of a hymn.
Over the summer, Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen performed and taught on some of the most important historic organs in Europe’s “organ garden.”
Redeemer’s Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen serves as a juror in the prestigious Boston Bach International Organ Competition.
Sisters and alumni — Elise, Maria, Carola and Loretta Vanderspek — have careers that span the professional sphere: an accountant, a lawyer, a doctor and a teacher.
Freshly designated medical doctor Kristin VanSligtenhorst switched majors in her first year at Redeemer and hasn’t looked back.
Modern hymn composer and recording artist Keith Getty talks worship as a call to mission in Hamilton worship leaders workshop.
Nearly 500 spectators experience an evening of Christmas music performed by faculty and students of Redeemer’s music department.
Choir gives impromptu concert at Parliament during last leg of 2016 tour

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