Tenors

David Uschold

Tenor, Countertenor and Organist

A native of Hudson, Ohio, David R. Uschold holds the position of Director of Music at Holy Family Catholic Church, Parma, where he leads a comprehensive program of choirs, cantors and musicians.  Mr. Uschold has an active career as a choral conductor, organist and vocalist.  As an organist, Mr. Uschold brings to audiences his interpretation of a variety of repertoire; and especially the works of Johann Sebastian Bach as well as organ music of the nineteenth and twentieth-century French tradition.  As a vocalist, Mr. Uschold has done solo work either as a tenor or countertenor in works such as Bach’s Magnificat, Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Rutter’s Gloria, Verdi’s Requiem and Vivaldi’s Gloria  to name a few.  In 2001 Mr. Uschold was first-place winner of the American Guild of Organist’s Regional Competition for Young Organist in Cleveland and has also been and awarded several awards for excellence in church music and organ performance from the American Guild of Organists.  Mr. Uschold holds both bachelors and masters degrees in organ from the Cleveland Institute of Music where he studied organ and church music with Todd Wilson.   He resides in Northfield, Ohio.  

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