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David M. Lowry

David Lowry is the Parish Musician of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Columbia, South Carolina, the principal Anglo-catholic parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina. He is Professor of Music, Emeritus, at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, S.C., where he has held an appointment since 1965 and continues to teach part-time. He also continues as Music Director of the York County Choral Society in Rock Hill.

In the more than three decades at Winthrop, he has sent off many fine students into careers in church music, education, and the concert field. He continues to be a leader in the Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) for which is has been its president, the Royal School of Church Music, for which he is currently secretary of the board of directors for RSCM in America, and several facets of the AGO and the Episcopal Church.

David's zeal for the support of composers is evidenced by the commissioning and the performance of a number of works, including AAM members David Ashley White, Robert J. Powell, Nicholas White and Gary Davison. With partial retirement, he searches for even more effective support of creative work for organ, chamber groups and chorus.

David Lowry holds the BM degree from Baldwin-Wallace College, Cleveland; the SMM from Union Theological Seminary, New York; and the DMA from the University of North Texas. Summer studies in Haarlem, the Netherlands, and New College, Oxford have played important roles in the direction his career has taken him.

Lowry's e-mail address is DavidL1205@aol.com.
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