Click to enlargeThomas Murray


Thomas Murray is University Organist and Professor of Music at Yale University, where he has taught graduate students in the School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music since 1981. His performing career of more than 40 years has taken him to most European countries, South America, Australia and Japan, as well as throughout the United States and Canada. He has appeared as soloist with the Pittsburgh, Houston, Milwaukee and Portland Symphonies, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra at the Lahti Festival in Finland and the National Chamber Orchestra in Washington, D.C. Prof. Murray is a recipient of the American Guild of Organists International Artist of the Year award (1986), an honorary Fellowship in the Royal College of Organists in England (2003) and the Gustave Stoeckel Award for distinguished teaching (2005) from the Yale University School of Music. The "Interview with the Artist" in this booklet relates more about his teachers, education and the influences that helped to form his philosophy of music-making at the organ.



Thomas Murray plays Woolsey Hall
Art of the Symphonic Organist Volume 3
Thomas Murray plays Woolsey Hall

Art of the Symphonic Organist Volume 3

Organ Music of Mendelssohn & Schumann
Organ Music  - An Elm Court Musicale
Organ Music of Mendelssohn & Schumann

Organ Music - An Elm Court Musicale


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