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Oak Martin

Oak is a student of Alan Morrison at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, and Organ Scholar at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Whitemarsh, in Ft. Washington, PA under Michael Smith. Previous positions include Assistant Organist, and later Acting Associate Organist at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church where he studied with and worked beside Scott Atchison; Organ Scholar at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta under Shannon Gallier; and Organ Scholar at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church in Philadelphia under Robert McCormick.

In 2019 he graduated from the Interlochen Arts academy where he studied organ with Tom Bar, voice with Dr. John Eagle and received a fine arts award in Organ Performance. As a concert artist, Oak has performed in Atlanta GA on the programs of St. Philip’s Cathedral and Peachtree Road United Methodist Church; Interlochen Center for the Arts, Girard College, and numerous performances for various American Guild of Organists functions as well as accompanying numerous ensembles, instrumentalists, and choral festivals.

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