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A. Lee Barlow

Organist and Choirmaster

St. Francis in-the-Fields Episcopal Church

HQ Phone:  (317) 873-4377

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St. Francis in-the-Fields Episcopal Church

1525 Mulberry St

Zionsville, Indiana,46077

United States

Company Description

St Francis in the Fields is committed to spending 10% of its annual budget, in addition to the 13% that goes for support of the Diocese on outreach programs. We support Dayspring Center (a shelter for homeless families located in Indianapolis), Damien Center (...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Kendall Square Corporation


Adjunct Faculty

St. Richard's School


Affiliations

National Guild of Piano Teachers

Member


Association of Anglican Musicians

Member


American Guild of Organists

Member


Education

Indiana University


Bachelor of Music degree

Organ Performance and the Millsaps Senior Music Award


High School Piano Diploma

National Guild of Piano Teachers


Web References(7 Total References)


St. Francis In The Fields Epis. Church: Clergy/Staff

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A. Lee Barlow
A. Lee Barlow, Organist/Choirmaster (317) 873-4377, ext. 204 leestfran@aol.com Lee Barlow has served as the organist and choirmaster at St. Francis Episcopal Church since 1999. He studied organ and church music under Donald D. Kilmer at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. During his Millsaps tenure, Lee accompanied the Millsaps Troubadors, Millsaps Singers and various voice students. He won first place in the MMTA Freshman/Sophomore organ division in 1983 and represented the Jackson chapter of the AGO in the regional Young Organists Competition in 1985. On Palm Sunday in 1983, as he was on his way to the Methodist church, his bike accidentally pedaled down the street on which his organ teacher's Episcopal church resided. The rest was history: he became a die-hard Episcopalian in June, 1985. He graduated in 1986 and received a Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance and the Millsaps Senior Music Award. Lee continued organ studies under Dr. Larry Smith at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. In addition to serving our parish, Lee serves as assistant organist at St. Luke Catholic Church in Indianapolis. From 2008 to 2011, he served as organist and choirmaster for the St. John Bosco Latin Mass (Tridentine) Community in Carmel. He has taught on the faculty for the annual Indianapolis Student Organ Encounter since 2003. Additionally, he teaches Musik Garten for Babies and Toddlers (music classes for ages 0-3) and private piano and organ lessons. He is thrilled that all his students he has entered in the National Piano Playing Auditions since June 2010 have ranked Superior or Superior-Plus. He is a member of the Association of Anglican Musicians, the American Guild of Organists and the National Guild of Piano Teachers.


www.stfranciszville.org

A. Lee Barlow
Lee Barlow has served as the organist and choirmaster at St. Francis Episcopal Church since 1999. He studied organ and church music under Donald D. Kilmer at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. During his Millsaps tenure, Lee accompanied the Millsaps Troubadors, Millsaps Singers and various voice students. He won first place in the MMTA Freshman/Sophomore organ division in 1983 and represented the Jackson chapter of the AGO in the regional Young Organists Competition in 1985. On Palm Sunday in 1983, as he was on his way to the Methodist church, his bike accidentally pedaled down the street on which his organ teacher's Episcopal church resided. The rest was history: he became a die-hard Episcopalian in June, 1985. He graduated in 1986 and received a Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance and the Millsaps Senior Music Award. Lee continued organ studies under Dr. Larry Smith at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. In addition to serving our parish, Lee serves as assistant organist at St. Luke Catholic Church in Indianapolis. From 2008 to 2011, he served as organist and choirmaster for the St. John Bosco Latin Mass (Tridentine) Community in Carmel. He has taught on the faculty for the annual Indianapolis Student Organ Encounter since 2003. Additionally, he teaches Musik Garten for Babies and Toddlers (music classes for ages 0-3) and private piano and organ lessons. He is thrilled that all his students he has entered in the National Piano Playing Auditions since June 2010 have ranked Superior or Superior-Plus. He is a member of the Association of Anglican Musicians, the American Guild of Organists and the National Guild of Piano Teachers.


www.stfranciszville.org

A. Lee Barlow
Lee Barlow has served as the organist and choirmaster at St. Francis Episcopal Church for 11 years. He studied organ and church music under Mr. Donald D. Kilmer at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. During his Millsaps tenure he accompanied the Millsaps Troubadors, the Millsaps Singers, and various voice students. He won 1st place in the MMTA Freshman/Sophomore organ division in 1983, and represented the Jackson chapter of the AGO in the regional Young Organists Competition in 1985. On Palm Sunday 1983, as he was on his way to the Methodist church, his bike accidently pedaled down the street on which his organ teacher's Episcopal church resided. The rest was history: he became a die-hard Episcopalian in June 1985. He graduated in 1986, receiving both the Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance, and the Millsaps Senior Music Award. Lee continued organ studies under Dr. Larry Smith at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. In addition to serving our parish, Lee serves as organist and choirmaster for the St. John Bosco Latin Mass (Tridentine) Community in Carmel, and as assistant organist at St. Luke Catholic Church in Indianapolis. He has taught on the faculty for the annual Indianapolis Student Organ Encounter since 2003. Additionally, he teaches private piano lessons, and was thrilled that the three students he entered into the National Piano Playing Auditions in June 2010 all ranked Superior or Superior-Plus. He is a member of the Association of Anglican Musicians, the American Guild of Organists, and the National Guild of Piano Teachers.


Santa stops by Zionsville Saturday

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"For the past eight years, our church has performed (at Christmas in the Village)," said Lee Barlow, organist and choirmaster for St. Francis.


www.barlow-studios.com

Lee could have achieved none of this without solid, proper training.
That spring he also received the High School Piano Diploma from the National Guild of Piano Teachers, which gave him the credentials to teach. Despite the musical training and accomplishments, Lee originally planned to major in science or psychology in college.  His life took a 180-degree turn on a sultry Thursday afternoon, 16 July 1981 when a friend succeeded in getting an organist friend to play a private organ recital just for the two of them.  The organist's playing and thrilling music selections instilled a burning desire in Lee to study organ.  Lee's high school teacher fanned the flames by occasionally gifting him with cassettes of fine organ literature. He decided to attend Millsaps College in Jackson, MS, and he majored in organ performance, studying with Donald D. Kilmer. He won first place in the MMTA Junior Division Organ competition in 1984; and he received the Millsaps Senior Music Award when he graduated in 1986.  He continued studies under Dr. Larry Smith at Indiana University, Bloomington, graduating with a Master of Music in organ performance in 1988.  He was also awarded the Performer's Certificate. Lee has taught piano since 1987, when a colleague gave him her studio at a music store in Bloomington.  In the summer of 1988, Lee moved his studio to his home, then later to his church when he moved to Indianapolis. From 1993-2004 he served as adjunct faculty at St. Richard's Episcopal School, Indianapolis.  In 2005 he moved his studio to St. Francis Episcopal Church in Zionsville, where he has served as Organist, Choirmaster, and Director of the Concert Series since 1999.  He has been assistant organist at St. Luke Catholic Church in Indianapolis since 1999, and recently additionally became the organist/choirmaster for the St. John Bosco Latin Mass Community of Carmel, IN.  He has played concerts in Memphis, Indianapolis and New York.  His active memberships include the National Guild of Piano Teachers, a division of the American College of Music (ACM), the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM), and the Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM).  He is active in the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO), and has been on the faculty for the annual Student Organ Encounter (SOE) since 2003.    His passion is teaching his students to understand what they are doing in their music, and why.  He believes that a teacher's greatest endeavor is to empower the students to do what the teacher can do, eventually without the teacher. I believe that a teacher's greatest gift is to empower the students to do what the teacher can do, eventually without the teacher. Lee Barlow, Piano Instructor


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