Mr. David Enlow is the church's gifted organist whose musical contributions add greatly to the Welsh Congregation of New York City's services. Mr. Enlow is widely known as a concert organist of great accomplishment and distinction, both in his native Canada and his adopted homeland the United States.
In April, Mr. Enlow accompanies the musical service known as Cymanfa Ganu, or the Singing Festival at the Welsh Congregation.
Mr. Enlow holds both an undergraduate and a Master's degree from The Juilliard School where he studied with John Weaver and Paul Jacobs. He also studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and with John Tuttle in Toronto. While in Philadelphia he was Sub-Organist of St. Clement's Church, and an assistant at the famous Wanamaker Grand Court Organ, the world's largest playing musical instrument.
He is a member of the organ faculty of The Juilliard School in New York and the founding director of Cappella New York, a semi-professional choral society now in its fifth season. He is a Fellow of the American Guild of Organists, where he won the S. Lewis Elmer prize, and an Associate of the Royal Canadian College of Organists, where he won the Barker Prize. David Enlow has won several national performance competition first prizes including those of the Arthur Poister Competition and the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival USA.
Mr. Enlow is also Organist and Choir Master of the church of the Resurrection in New York City where he directs a professional choir. The choir at the Church of the Resurrection performs over fifty mass settings each season, often with orchestra.
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