Michael Corzine -- Planning Committee
Michael Corzine, Professor of Organ, joined the faculty of Florida State University in 1973.
He received the baccalaureate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Superior, and the master's and doctoral degrees from the Eastman School of Music, where he was also awarded the Performer's Certificate and the Artist's Diploma.
has performed extensively throughout the midwestern, eastern, and southern United States.
has won numerous competitions, including first place in the American Guild of Organists Regional Competition
in New York (1969) and the national Organ Playing Competition (1973).
In addition to his
studio instruction, Dr. Corzine
teaches courses in organ history and literature, service playing, organ design, organ pedagogy, and hymnology.
He has been a clinician at many conferences on church music, and was on the planning team for the 2006 Montreat Conferences on Music and Worship.
Dr. Corzine serves as organist and choirmaster of the First Presbyterian Church in Tallahassee.
A graduate of the Florida State University and the University Notre Dame, Jonathan has studied organ with Michael Corzine
and Craig Cramer, respectively.