Office: Center for Faith and Life organ balcony
Degree: M.S.M. Organ Performance; Emory University, Atlanta GA Interests: Organ, Church Music, Ear Training
Brad Schultz teaches Ear Training, Sacred Music, and applied Organ at Luther College in addition to serving as musician for worship services in Luther's Center for Faith and Life. He holds the Master of Sacred Music degree in Organ Performance from Emory University in Atlanta, and the Bachelor's Degree from Luther College where his studies encompassed organ and tuba performance, church music and K-12 Vocal and Instrumental Music Education. While at Luther, he was a member of several ensembles including Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra, and Nordic Choir, and received the Distinction in Accompanying award, given annually to collaborative artists by competitive audition.
Brad has served as church musician to congregations in Iowa, Minnesota, Idaho and Georgia, and as a musician to the student congregation at the Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. He is also a frequent recitalist, conductor and educator, having recently appeared with the community Chorale of Waseca, Minnesota, his hometown, in addition to a wide spectrum of vocal, handbell and instrumental church ensembles of all ages.
Brad continues to appear regularly as a collaborative artist, serving each June on the staff of the Minnesota All-State Lutheran Choir. Now in its fourth decade, this group of 40 high school students prepares and presents a sacred choral program in Lutheran churches throughout Minnesota.