James W. Kosnik

James Kosnik is professor of organ and music at Old Dominion University and the organist and choir director at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk, Virginia.

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Bio

James Kosnik is professor of organ and music at Old Dominion University and the organist and choir director at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk, Virginia.

He performs as harpsichordist with the Virginia Symphony and is heard on their recording of Handel’s Messiah. James performs extensively throughout the United States, with recent concerts in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Rochester. Some of his performances have been broadcast on National Public Radio’s Pipedreams. In addition, he is a featured recitalist and presenter sponsored by the National Association of Pastoral Musicians and is the program coordinator of NPM’s School for Organists and Choir Directors.

He received his doctor of musical arts degree from the Eastman School of Music, where he studied organ with Russell Saunders.