For bookings and inquiries, please contact Dr. Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Wolfe is currently accepting bookings for recitals and church services. He possesses extensive experience as a concert artist, with recent performance highlights including the Sunday Afternoon Kilgen Organ Recital Series at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC, the Bach Meditations series at Grace Episcopal Church in NYC, a solo recital at Central Synagogue in NYC, a performance as featured soloist with the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra
As a church musician, Dr. Wolfe has performed in services for every major Christian denomination, as well as for Jewish worship, in an area covering all five boroughs of New York City and its surrounding environs. Dr. Wolfe believes that the primary role of the organ is to supplement the spiritual nourishment of worship, and to that end he has attained the skills necessary to adapt to liturgical traditions of all kinds, recognizing that important differences are present even between churches of the same denomination.
As a choral conductor and accompanist, Dr. Wolfe has worked with a wide variety of professional, semi-professional and amateur choirs. His career highlights as a choral accompanist have included performances with the Newark Boys' Chorus, the Mozart Requiem and Schubert Mass in G at the SummerSings series at the First Congregational Church of Norwich, CT, and a musical adaptation of T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph in Brooklyn, which earned favorable reviews in the New York Times and Time Out New York.
As a music educator, Dr. Wolfe has given organ, piano and music theory lessons to students of all ages and skill levels. His training has included graduate-level coursework in music pedagogy. Organ students gain access to the organ at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in New Rochelle, NY, and receive the opportunity to hear and play organs in a wide range of metropolitan area locations.