Garmon Ashby Named Fellow of The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)
“I love creating inspiring music that helps people deepen their connections with God via the human voice,” says Performing Arts Chair Garmon Ashby.
Ashby, who directs music for Chapel and EHS Onstage and conducts the Chorale and Midnight Blues, was recently named one of six new international Fellows by The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM). The fellowship recognizes Ashby’s three decades of “outstanding contributions to church music and/or liturgy at an international level,” and is the highest honor bestowed by the RCSM.
“My passion is bringing others to a love for church music,” explains Ashby. “This is my life’s work–this is my vocation,” he says. The Episcopal community is blessed to be able to share in the expression of Ashby’s dedication, talent, and expertise each morning in Episcopal High School’s Benitez Chapel.
Article courtesy of :