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Dr. Rick Gibala

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Director of Music

Cathedral of St. Thomas More
3901 Cathedral Lane
Arlington, Virginia 22203
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Charter Member
    National Association of Pastoral Musicians Council
  • Founder
    Diocesan Choir

Education

  • honorary doctorate
    Leonine Institute
49 Total References
Web References
The Cathedral of Saint Thomas More: Parish Staff
www.cathedralstm.org, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Dr. Richard P. Gibala, Director of Music
703-524-2815
The Archdiocese of Chicago
www.dioceseofchicago.com, 5 Oct 2007 [cached]
Directing the choral festival will be Rick Gibala, Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington, VA. "Rick's life-long love of pastoral music, his years of service at the parish, cathedral, and diocesan levels, with adult and children's choirs, and his work with the National Association of Pastoral Musicians make him the ideal choice to lead this exciting event, " said Todd Williamson, Director of the Archdiocese's Office for Divine Worship.
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Gibala also serves as Artistic Director of Cathedral Concerts, is Music Coordinator for the Diocese of Arlington and is a charter member of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) Council. In 1999, he was honored by NPM as Pastoral Musician of the Year, and in 2000 he received an honorary doctorate from the Leonine Institute.
Richard P. Gibala currently ...
www.cathedralstm.org, 1 July 2001 [cached]
Richard P. Gibala currently is Director of Music at The Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington, Virginia, and serves as Artistic Director of Cathedral Concerts. He is the Music Coordinator for the Diocese of Arlington, and is a charter member of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) Council.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he served as music coordinator for the Diocese of Pittsburgh from 1978 - 1986, where he founded the Diocesan Choir and the local chapter of the NPM.  Rick served as chairperson for the NPM regional conventions in Pittsburgh in 1982 and in Washington, DC in 1990. He chaired the national NPM convention held in Washington, DC, July, 2001. In 1999 Rick was honored at the national NPM convention as Pastoral Musician of the Year. In September, 2000, he received an honorary doctorate from the Leonine Institute.
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Dr. Richard P. Gibala Director of Music Ministries rickpgibala@gmail.com
Music Director
stmcathedralconcerts.org, 1 July 2001 [cached]
Richard P. Gibala currently is Director of Music at The Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington, Virginia, and serves as Artistic Director of Cathedral Concerts. He is the Music Coordinator for the Diocese of Arlington, and is a charter member of the NPM Council.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he served as music coordinator for the Diocese of Pittsburgh from 1978 - 1986, where he founded the Diocesan Choir and the local chapter of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM).
Rick served as chairperson for the NPM regional conventions in Pittsburgh in 1982 and in Washington, DC in 1990. He chaired the national NPM convention held in Washington, DC, July, 2001.
He also served as chair for the 2003 regional convention of the American Guild of Organists held in Northern Virginia, and chair for the Millennial Gathering of The Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians held in Washington, DC in 1999.
In 1999 Rick was honored at the national NPM convention as Pastoral Musician of the Year. In September, 2000, he received an honorary doctorate from the Leonine Institute.
Rick was dean of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists from 1998-2000, and served as chair of the Tri Chapter of the AGO from 2004 - 2006. He has also served as Chapter Director for the Arlington Chapter of NPM.
Rick has conducted workshops and retreats, and has served as guest choral conductor in various locations throughout the United States. He has been organ consultant to over 30 churches in Pennsylvania and Virginia.
He has written articles for The American Organist, Pastoral Music, Today's Parish, Church, and The Liturgical Singer, and is the author of With Harp, Lyre, and Spatula, a cookbook for church musicians, published by NPM.
Office for Divine Worship - Home
www.odw.org, 27 July 2010 [cached]
Rick Gibala, Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington, VA, will be the Choral Director.
For the first time in the history of our great Archdiocese, the Office for Divine Worship will host a music festival where adult, teen, and children's choirs are invited to participate together. We are delighted to have Rick Gibala from the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington to serve as our Choral Director. Rick's life-long love of pastoral music, his years of service at the parish, cathedral, and diocesan levels, with both adult and children's choirs, and his experience in working with the National Association of Pastoral Musicians make him the ideal choice to lead this exciting event.
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