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Dr. Judith Hancock

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Syracuse University
  • Bachelor of Music degree
  • Bachelor of Music degree
    The University of Texas at Austin
  • Bachelor of Music degree
    University of Texas
  • Doctor of Divinity degree
    General Theological Seminary
  • Doctor of Divinity degree Honoris causa
    The General Theological Seminary
  • Master of Sacred Music degree
    Union Theological Seminary
  • Master of Sacred Music degree
    Union Theological Seminary , New York City
  • conducting performance degrees , sacred music
    The University of Texas at Austin
  • degree of Doctor of Sacred Music
    St. Dunstan’s College of Sacred Music
  • doctor of Divinity degree
    Nashotah House Seminary
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Dr. Hancock received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Texas and his Master of Sacred Music degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York from which he received the Unitas Distinguished Alumnus Award. A recipient of a Rotary Foundation Fellowship, he also studied in Paris and during this time was a finalist at the Munich International Music Competitions.
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Compositions by Dr. Hancock are published by Oxford University Press. His compositions for organ and chorus are widely performed and his textbook, Improvising: How to Master the Art, is used by musicians throughout the country. He recorded for Gothic Records, Decca/Argo, Koch International and Priory Records, both as a conductor of The St. Thomas Choir and as a soloist.
Dr. Hancock received the International Performer of the Year Award at a Chapter meeting held in St. Paul's Chapel - Trinity Parish on Monday, 7 June 2010. The Trinity Choir, conducted by Steven Fox (Acting Director of Music), presented a program of choral works including Dr. Hancock's setting of the spiritual "Deep River.
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Click here to listen to performances by Gerre and Judith Hancock and conversation with Michael Barone on Pipedreams.
Recordings & Samples - St. Thomas Choir School
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Judith Hancock, Organist.
Silent Night at Saint Thomas . The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys with Judith Hancock, Organist.
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Brass and Judith Hancock, Organist.
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Gerre Hancock, Master of Choristers, with Judith Hancock, Organist.
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Orchestra of St. Luke's under the direction of Gerre Hancock, Master of Choristers, with Judith Hancock, Organist.
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Judith Hancock playing the Arents Organ of Saint Thomas Church
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Judith Hancock, Senior Lecturer in Organ and Sacred Music, was the Associate Organist of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York, where she assisted in training and conducting the Saint Thomas Choir. Formerly Organist and Director of Music at Saint James's Church Madison Avenue, New York, and the Church of Saint James the Less in Scarsdale, New York, she directed the music programs in both locations, introducing many new ideas, both musical and liturgical. She has also held positions of Organist and Choirmaster at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati, and at churches in Bronxville, New York, and in Durham, North Carolina. A graduate of Syracuse University, Dr. Hancock studied organ with legendary teacher Arthur Poister.
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Dr. Hancock has played many recitals throughout the United States, including several appearances at conventions of The American Guild of Organists. When the Choir of St. Thomas Church performed at the AGO National Convention in Washington DC in 1982, and in New York City in 1996, Ms. Hancock accompanied and performed solo organ works. At the Third International Congress of Organists in Philadelphia in 1977, Dr. Hancock directed the Saint Thomas Choir in concert, performing as organ soloist as well. At the Fourth International Congress in Cambridge, England in 1987, she played solo organ works during the Choir's performance at King's College Chapel. She also performed at King's Lynn and the Aldeburgh Festivals at Saint John's College, Cambridge, in 1987, at Westminster Abbey in 1987 and 2009, and at Saint Paul's Cathedral in 2003. Dr. Hancock has appeared with the Saint Thomas Choir on subsequent concert tours of Italy and Austria, performing at the Cathedrals of Venice, Trieste, Vienna, Salzburg, and Copenhagen. She performed on tour in Japan in 1988. Dr. Hancock established an on-going series of solo organ recitals at St. Thomas Church, performing organ works of various composers.
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In 2004, Judith Hancock was awarded the degree of Doctor of Sacred Music by St. Dunstan's College of Sacred Music, Providence, Rhode Island. Also in 2004, the Doctors Hancock were appointed to the faculty of The Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music of The University of Texas at Austin, where until 2012 they built and oversaw a program of studies in and the practice of sacred music. While there Dr. Judith Hancock performed Faculty Recitals on the Bates Recital Hall organ, as well as annual holiday concerts in collaboration with other faculty. Judith Hancock currently resides in New York City and is available for recitals and master classes, under the exclusive management of Karen McFarlane Artists, Inc.
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Judith Hancock
Judith Hancock, Senior Lecturer in Organ and Sacred Music, was the Associate Organist of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York, where she assisted in training and conducting the Saint Thomas Choir. Formerly Organist and Director of Music at Saint James’s Church Madison Avenue, New York, and the Church of Saint James the Less in Scarsdale, New York, she directed the music programs in both locations, introducing many new ideas, both musical and liturgical. She has also held positions of Organist and Choirmaster at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati, and at churches in Bronxville, New York, and in Durham, North Carolina. A graduate of Syracuse University, Dr. Hancock studied organ with the legendary teacher Arthur Poister.
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Dr. Hancock has played many recitals throughout the United States, including several appearances at conventions of The American Guild of Organists. When the Choir of St. Thomas Church performed at the AGO National Convention 1982, in Washington DC, and in New York City1996, Ms. Hancock accompanied and performed solo organ works. At the Third International Congress of Organists 1977 in Philadelphia, Dr. Hancock directed the Saint Thomas Choir in concert, performing as organ soloist as well. At the Fourth International Congress 1987, in Cambridge, England, she played solo organ works during the Choir’s performance at King’s College Chapel. She also performed at King’s Lynn and the Aldeburgh Festivals 1987, at Saint John’s College, Cambridge, Westminster Abbey 1987 and 2009, and at Saint Paul’s Cathedral, 2003. Dr. Hancock has appeared with the Saint Thomas Choir on subsequent concert tours of Italy and Austria, performing at the Cathedrals of Venice, Trieste, Vienna, Salzburg, and Copenhagen. She performed on tour in Japan in 1988. Dr. Hancock established an on-going series of solo organ recitals at St. Thomas Church, performing organ works of various composers.
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Ms. Hancock performed concerted works of Brixi, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Rheinberger, Piston, and Poulenc with orchestra. She has recorded on discs produced at Decca/Argo, and Koch International, Priory Records and Gothic Records. In 2004, Judith Hancock was awarded the degree of Doctor of Sacred Music by St. Dunstan’s College of Sacred Music, Providence, Rhode Island. Also in 2004, the Doctors Hancock were appointed to the faculty of The Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music of The University of Texas at Austin, where until 2012 they built and oversaw a program of studies in and the practice of sacred music. While there Dr. Judith Hancock performed Faculty Recitals on the Bates Recital Hall organ, as well as annual holiday concerts in collaboration with other faculty. Judith Hancock currently resides in New York City and is available for recitals and master classes, under the exclusive management of Karen McFarlane Artists, Inc.
Cathedral Concert Series - 2009 - 2010 Season
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Previously, Dr. Hancock held the position of Organist and Master of Choristers at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York City where, for more than thirty years, he set a new standard for church music in America.
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