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Marnie Giesbrecht

Marnie Giesbrecht has performed in major cities and universities throughout Canada, the United States, South Africa and Europe. A versatile keyboard artist, she performs regularly as an organ soloist in recitals and with orchestra, as a choral accompanist and chamber musician.

Educated at the University of Alberta, the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y. and the Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, Dr. Giesbrecht is Professor of Music at the University of Alberta where she teaches Organ Performance and related subjects. She is also Adjunct Professor of Music at The King's University College and Co-Music Director (with Joachim Segger) at First Presbyterian Church in Edmonton. As music directors, Giesbrecht and Segger oversaw the restoration and renovation of the 1909 3-manual Casavant organ, completed in 2007.

She was national president of the Royal Canadian College of Organists from 2000 to 2002 and Co-Chair (with Joachim Segger) of Windspiration: Edmonton Organ Festival and RCCO national convention in 2007.

Marnie Giesbrecht performs and records with Joachim Segger as Duo Majoya. Their programs and CDs present a kaleidoscopic variety of organ duets, piano duets and organ and piano duos.

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