I began to play the piano at age 4, playing my first church solo at age 6 – from my book of "scared" music, as I called it (the book’s title was actually "Sacred Music"). Losing my father to cancer at age 8, I found that one way to deal with the grief was through my music – I wrote songs and played the piano to express my feelings. I continued to study music through my teenage years with Professor Carmen Rummo at Duquesne University. At age 17, I became the church accompanist and choir director for Miller United Methodist Church in North Huntingdon, Pa. I thought briefly about majoring in music in college. The term "starving artist" frightened me, so I chose to be an engineer instead. Throughout my engineering career, God has allowed me to continue to play music in church – both solo and as part of praise and worship bands. I am presently part of the worship team at Murrysville Alliance Church. In addition to Sunday Services, weddings, funerals and special music at the church, I play with several worship bands. I've enjoyed various local appearances at Phipps Conservatory, Pasqualino's Restaurant and various private events.
God has allowed me to continue to use my gifts and minister to others through music. I love all aspects of music - writing, listening, performing and teaching.
God has given us music so that we might pray without words.
You can sample the ministry by playing the samples on the "available CD's" page.
4500 Sardis Rd
Murrysville, PA 15668
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