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Pamela Ruiter- Feenstra

Pamela Ruiter- Feenstra

Keen on translucent, clear, and colorful sound, Dr. Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra thrives as international concert and liturgical artist (Fleur de Son and Windwerk Artists), composer, conductor, pedagogue, and author. Her explorations as Senior Researcher at the Göteborg Organ Art Center in Sweden culminated in her acclaimed publications, Bach and the Art of Improvisation, Volumes I–II, and her CDs of Franz Tunder’s Organ Works on the new North German organ in Göteborg, Sweden. Her next CDs are Bach, the Liturgical Year and Improvisations (organ), Froberger on the 1658 De Zentis (harpsichord), Bach’s Teacher Böhm and Improvisations (harpsichord). In her newest CD (2018), Ruiter-Feenstra performs her own organ compositions in Ruiter-Feenstra on Richards, Fowkes & Co. Organs. Ruiter-Feenstra’s latest hymn texts, organ and carillon improvisations and compositions focus on social justice themes and collaborations. She received a grant to interview African American, Jewish, Arab, Muslim, and Latina people, and inspired by their voices, to compose Belonging: A Carillon Call to Care for All. Ruiter-Feenstra addresses the essential multidisciplinary art of singing in Muse in Peace, Muse at Work, Muse for the Soul, and Muse at School, with songs teaching about music theory, world peacemakers, academic subjects, psalms and liturgical topics. www.pamelaruiterfeenstra.com

 

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