Nicole Keller, Director of Music and General Administrator
Nicole Keller is an active church musician, concert organist, solo and chamber music recitalist and clinician in the United States and abroad. She was born in suburban Philadelphia and began her formal music training at the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music and later earned a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music in Organ Performance and Literature and the Performer’s Certificate at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Her work as a church musician includes serving small and large congregations with a variety of music programs including small, volunteer choirs, chamber orchestras, and choirs with professional singers. Nicole has a passion for liturgy and music and the symbiotic relationship between the two.
Nicole also has diverse experience in administrative duties through her work with the church and other small, non-profit entities. In addition to her duties at The Community of Saint John, she is also the Director of the Festival of Liturgical Arts of the Western Reserve, an organization devoted to exploring the relationship between music and liturgy and the relationships between clergy and musicians. Nicole lives in South Euclid with her husband, Ben.