Diorio, Michael J.

Michael J. Diorio (b. 1978) earned degrees in organ performance, with piano and music history concentrations from Westminster Choir College, the Institute of Sacred Music and the School of Music at Yale University, and the College of Fine Arts at Boston University, respectively. His principal teachers in organ were Eugene Roan, Martin Jean, and James David Christie. Piano studies were with Philip Sbrolla and Phyllis Lehrer. Studies in musicology have led to Dr. Diorio serving as a special project editor for Carus-Verlag (Stuttgart), by whom his dissertation is published as a first- edition of the Missa Hyemalis by Franz Xaver Richter. As a recitalist, Dr. Diorio has performed throughout the United States and in Europe, where he was presented with a citation for an outstanding public performance by the Mayor of Innsbruck. As an organist and choir director Dr. Diorio has held positions at the Episcopal Cathedral in the Diocese of New Jersey, Washington Memorial Chapel (Valley Forge, PA) and, currently, at Church of the Redeemer (Bryn Mawr, PA).

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