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About This Webinar

This session introduces hymn playing in the sustained legato style and achieving independence of line. Concepts discussed will include: evaluating the text, dealing with the repeated notes, common tone rule, when to play legato and when to play detached.

When: Tue, Jul 5, 2022 · 7:00 PM · Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
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A native of Arizona, Hofeling has a bachelor of music degree from Arizona State University in Organ Performance, where he studied under Kimberly Marshall. Hofeling holds a master of music degree in organ from the University of Kansas where he studied under James Higdon. He is currently pursuing his doctoral of musical arts degree in organ along with a master of music degree in music theory at The University of Kansas, studying organ with Michael Bauer. Recently, Hofeling has returned from a study abroad in Bremen, Germany. While there, he studied at the Hochschule für Künste under Professor Edoardo Bellotti. Hofeling holds a position as Director of Music at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Missouri, and was recently the interim professor of organ at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. As a solo recitalist, he has recently performed concerts in Tampa FL, Wichita, Lawrence and Topeka KS, Kansas City, MO, and Worpswede, Germany. In addition, he performs frequently at the Community of Christ Temple in Independence, Missouri, where he holds the title of staff organist. The KC Metropolis wrote that Hofeling’s playing, “had a wonderful variety of registers and colors and displayed a secure sense of control.” As a continuo player, he has most recently had the honor of performing with the Kansas City Symphony in December 2018. Hofeling was a semi-finalist in the Mikhael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition in Kaliningrad Russia, and he was awarded second prize in the Fort Wayne, IN National Organ Playing Competition. His performances have been heard on the radio at KBAQ in Phoenix, Arizona, and KPR in Kansas. Recently Hofeling has also participated as an instructor in the traveling BYU Organ Workshop in Kansas City, KS.  
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