Organist and Choirmaster
Wesley R. Warren
Wesley R. Warren, M Mus, FRCO (Chm), ARCT is an honours graduate in organ performance from the University of Toronto (B Mus), and the University of Michigan (M Mus), where his teachers were Douglas Bodle and Robert Glasgow. He has undertaken shorter periods of study with Dame Gillian Weir, Marie-Claire Alain, Harald Vogel and Daniel Roth. A recipient of many honours and awards, he was winner of the Royal Canadian College of Organists' National Playing Competition in 1981. Mr. Warren is an Associate and Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, London, where he was awarded the prestigious Limpus Prize for highest marks in examinations. Wesley Warren has performed extensively as a recitalist throughout Canada, the United States and Europe, and was recently a Travelling Clinician for the RCCO. He has taught at Carleton University, St. Paul University and Augustine College. Mr. Warren maintains a busy schedule as a free-lance recitalist, accompanist and conductor.