Craig Cramer is Professor of Organ and artist in residence at the University of Notre Dame. One of the most traveled organists of his generation, Cramer maintains an active recital career across the United States, Canada and in Europe, on some of the most important historic organs in the world. This fall he will be performing in China for the first time.
Cramer was instrumental in the installation of several new organs by Paul Fritts on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. Widely recognized as a pedagogue, the University of Notre Dame recently recognized Cramer with a Kaneb distinguished faculty teaching award.
The Goshen College Faculty Trio brings together three of GC’s instrumental faculty for an outstanding concert of chamber music on the Rieth Recital stage. A native of Ukraine, violinist Solomia Soroka is Professor of Music and teaches applied violin, music theory, and chamber music. Cellist and Associate Professor José Rocha conducts the Goshen College Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony, teaches applied cello, and music education courses. Pianist and Professor of Music Matthew Hill is is Chair of the music department, teaches applied piano, music history, piano pedagogy, and chamber music courses.