Region IV of the American Guild of Organists covers the Southeastern United States and Bermuda, including the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Eastern Louisiana. There are seven districts, 58 local chapters, and over 3,000 members. Our work supports the mission of the Guild: To promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and to provide forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.

July 9, 2008

Congratulations to our successful exam candidates!

Certification is a very important part of the Guild; in fact, it's part of our mission statement. I would like to publicly congratulate the people in our region who successfully passed exams this past year:

Associate (AAGO)
Ivan Frazier, Northeast Georgia Chapter

Colleague (CAGO)
Marty Barstow, East Carolina Chapter
Robert Knupp, Jackson Chapter
John S. Palmer, Memphis Chapter
Joy A. Smith-Briggs, Northeast TN-Southwest VA Chapter
Casey Whaley, Independent Member

Service Playing (SPC)
Christin Baker, East Carolina Chapter
Mary E. Dixon, Southwest Florida Chapter
Glenda Fuhrmann, Western North Carolina Chapter
John M. Gentry, Atlanta Chapter
Thomas A. Ingui, Treasure Coast Chapter

For the certification requirements for 2009, please check out the July issue of The American Organist, or go to the certification page on the AGO website.

1 comment:

Annie of Blue Gables said...

I attended University of Colorado with Dr. Frazier in the 1970's. When I moved away, I lost touch with him. Is there any way to get in touch with him again? Do you have an email? Is there any way you could forward this to him?
mine is
Anita Hahn