Tom Fielding


Tom Fielding (b. 1975) Prize-winning organist and composer Thomas Fielding is Director of music for Sacred Heart Cathedral, Raleigh, NC, and a graduate of the Indiana University Jacob's School of Music where he studied composition with David Dzubay, Don Freund, and Sven-David Sandstrom. Among his many awards include one of two equal prizes in the Fanfare for Our Fiftieth competition sponsored by the DuPage Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, IL, and one of two equal prizes in the Welcome Christmas! 2003 carol composition competition offered by Phillip Brunelle's VocalEssence ensemble and the American Composers' Forum. He also won first prize in the solo songs division of the Emil and Ruth Beyer composition awards sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. Additionally, Dr. Fielding has won first prizes from organ performance competitions in New York and California, full-tuition scholarships from Indiana University, and has performed in England, Wales, the Netherlands, and France. He publishes with E.C. Schirmer Music, Choristers Guild, and Boosey and Hawkes. His music has been featured and broadcast on NPR's Weekend Edition. He is Dean of the Central North Carolina Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, reading, and being outdoors with his dog Roxy.

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