Music Leadership

Brian Seever, Interim Minister of Music

email: music@holytrinitywc.com phone:610.696.4640 ext 17

Brian Seever began serving the Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity as interim minister of musician the spring of 2017.  He acts as principal musician for the parish; playing organ, directing the Chancel Choir and leading the Hand Bell Choir.  Prior to his appointment, Brian worked for 3 and a half years as a service technician with Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. in Warrensburg, MO. He also served as organist of Christ Episcopal Church in Lexington, MO and baritone in the choir of Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Kansas City, MO.  Brian studied music education (horn) and German at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH and completed a year abroad at the University of Salzburg, Austria, studying German.  He is an associate member of the American Institute of Organbuilders and a member of the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, were he serves on the Performance Committee for the 2018 National Convention.

Rosalie Jerrehian, Children's Choir Director

Rosalie earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education Degrees as a piano performance major at West Chester University. Intrigued by Franz Liszt and his Hungarian Rhapsodies, Rosalie's degree-qualifying performance was a full recital showcasing Liszt's work. Rosalie spent her entire teaching career at the Colonial School District in New Castle, DE. She staged musical shows for the public several times a year featuring her elementary school children. Currently, Rosalie sings in the Holy Trinity Chancel Choir, plays in the Handbell Choir, and directs the Children's Choir. Rosalie also performs as a flutist with the West Chester Concert Band , and is often called upon to play piano for social functions in the community. Her hobbies include crafts, gardening, and baking.

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