Nicole Keller

Friday, January 26, 2018
7:30 PM
Christ United Methodist Church

Music for Young People

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Music for a Great Space is proud to host Music for Young People events by our visiting artists. Students and their teachers may attend free of charge. All student attendees will receive a complimentary family voucher to attend the evening performance.

Time TBA (evening)

Advance reservations are required. Please see below for more information.

Artist Bio

Nicole Keller is an active solo and chamber music recitalist and clinician in the United States and abroad. She is on faculty at the Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music in Berea, Ohio, home of the internationally renowned Riemenschneider Bach Institute, where she teaches organ and harpsichord. She was recently appointed as Associate Organist at Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, working with Music Director Todd Wilson and the Cathedral Choir, Chamber Singers, and Chamber Orchestra.

Nicole's extensive church music experience includes work with volunteer and professional choirs and instrumental ensembles devoted to the highest level of music for worship. She is devoted to the development of amateur and volunteer choristers and musicians of every age level. Nicole has created organ and choral scholar programs at small to mid-size parishes, developed successful children's choir programs, and has led choirs on tour in the states and abroad including choral residencies at Bristol Cathedral, U.K. and St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

Nicole has played continuo for the Baldwin Wallace University Bach Festival Chamber Orchestra since 2000. She has also played numerous concerts and chamber music recitals on organ and harpsichord with members of the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory faculty, members of The Cleveland Orchestra, The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and other artists from around the country.


This program will include works by Bach, Sweelinck, Buxtehude, Hindemith, Mozart and early 20th century female composer Jeanne Demessieux.