AAM: Serving the Episcopal Church

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Serving the Episcopal Church


Welcome to the web site of the Association of Anglican Musicians, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of musicians and clergy serving in the worshiping communities of the Episcopal Church and the larger Anglican tradition. Founded in the early 1970s as the successor
to the American Cathedral Organists and Choirmasters Association, AAM’s membership today embraces musicians, clergy, and supporters of music in Anglican liturgical life. Members work and worship in cathedrals, parishes and missions large and
small, theological seminaries, and church-related schools. They are organists, pianists, bishops, guitarists, presbyters and deacons, directors and trainers of choirs, teachers of music, and friends of Anglicanism’s musical tradition and practice of sung prayer.
Demonstration by Simon Nieminski at St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh (2007 Britain conference)
Closing Eucharist at Christian Theological Seminary's Sweeney Chapel (2006 Indianapolis Conference)
AAM at the Hollywood Bowl July 4th concert (2009 Los Angeles Conference)
An AAM member conducts a diocesan treble festival
An AAM member warming up the treble choir on a Sunday morning at his parish
Members gather for Morning Prayer at the 2011 Conference in the Carolinas