Tyndale Welcomes New Organist in Residence
Tyndale University College & Seminary welcomes Eunseong Cho as the new Organist in Residence. She holds a Master of Music (MMus) in Organ Performance and has over 30 years of experience as an Organist in numerous worship communities. Having studied under the tutelage of Dr. John Tuttle, Eunseong is also an accomplished Accompanist with various choirs, chorales and ensembles with the University of Toronto.
Eunseong will play at several Tyndale-wide events in 2014, including Graduation Chapel, Spring Graduation (university college and seminary) and Commencement Chapel. She will also hold a noon-hour performance during the year and will be available (on a fee basis) for other events that require organ accompaniment.
Her role also includes the upkeep of Tyndale’s Casavant organ, which stands majestically tall at the back of the Bayview chapel. It is our hope that the Bayview chapel, a place of great beauty, will be widely used and deeply appreciated by many faith-based and community groups in the upcoming years who will resonate with the magnificent sounds that radiate from the organ’s 2,501 pipes!
“As Organist in Residence, I’m honoured to be a part of the great Christian community at Tyndale University College & Seminary,” says Eunseong. “This will be a great opportunity to serve God, express my faith and share the rich tradition and appreciation of church music with the Tyndale community.”