FACULTY

Tammy-Jo Mortensen

FACULTY

Tammy-Jo Mortensen

Tammy-Jo Mortensen has been involved with church music in various denominations for over 25 years as a singer, ringer, conductor, organist and music director. She has performed organ solo, chamber recitals and conducted throughout North America and in Europe and Asia.  In addition, Tammy-Jo teaches organ privately, is the harpsichordist for the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and is the Music Editor for the United Church’s worship magazine – Gathering.  She has worked with many groups as an arts administrator, and is currently the Operations Manager of the Kokopelli Choir Association.  Tammy-Jo is the host of a weekly radio show on bigeradio.com

Throughout her career, Tammy-Jo has sought out education and experiences which have advanced her skills to a higher level. She has a Bachelor of Music in Organ from the University of Alberta, a Master of Music in Organ from McGill University (Montreal) and a Master of Music in Choral Conducting also from the U of A.

Tammy-Jo Mortensen has been involved with church music in various denominations for over 25 years as a singer, ringer, conductor, organist and music director. She has performed organ solo, chamber recitals and conducted throughout North America and in Europe and Asia.  In addition, Tammy-Jo teaches organ privately, is the harpsichordist for the Alberta Baroque Ensemble and is the Music Editor for the United Church’s worship magazine – Gathering.  She has worked with many groups as an arts administrator, and is currently the Operations Manager of the Kokopelli Choir Association.  Tammy-Jo is the host of a weekly radio show on bigeradio.com

Throughout her career, Tammy-Jo has sought out education and experiences which have advanced her skills to a higher level. She has a Bachelor of Music in Organ from the University of Alberta, a Master of Music in Organ from McGill University (Montreal) and a Master of Music in Choral Conducting also from the U of A.

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