Organ, Historical Keyboards and Sacred Music
CURRENT STUDENT PROFILE
Hailing from Minnesota, Adrian Volovets is an up-and-coming concert and liturgical organist. Graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and from the University of Notre Dame with a Masters in Sacred Music, he is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Organ Performance and Literature at the Eastman School of Music. His biggest influence is the legendary conductor, organist, and harpsichordist Karl Richter. Adrian is currently studying the organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Max Reger, liturgical service playing with Professor Nathan Laube, and organ improvisation with Professor William Porter. Adrian also plays several other instruments professionally, including violin, saxophone, and flute, has recorded several albums, and has a decade of experience as an accomplished baritone ensemble vocalist.