G. Fredrick Guzasky
Dr. G. Fredrick Guzasky is Organist, Composer, and Teacher, whose musical venues have extended from college teaching in Boston, to various churches in the Boston area and the position of Director of Music and Liturgy at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Springfield, Illinois. In Boston, he had been a professor at Bridgewater State University and an Affiliated Artist at MIT in Cambridge. As a recitalist, he has performed in New England and the Midwest, as well as Russia, Latvia, and England, receiving the Boston University Outstanding Performance Award. He has toured Russia and Latvia, and is widely known for his masterful organ performances. Some of his specialties include Gregorian chant, Russian Orthodox choral music, and the organ works of Josef Gabriel Rheinberger. He has recorded a number of compact discs and has written books concerning Gregorian chant, organ technique and performance, and a mystery novel. Dr. Guzasky is also director of the Slava Russian Chorale.
Sasha and the Russian Royal Family
The story of Sasha the cat and her adventures with the Last Royal Family
The Organ Sonatas of Josef Gabriel Rheinberger - Variety in Formal Approach
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