Dr. Adam Pajan: October 25, 2019

A rising star definitely worth watching.
— Michael Barone, "Pipedreams"
...unusually able and sensitive...
— The American Organist

Dr. Adam Pajan is faculty member at the University of Oklahoma’s American Organ Institute and an award winning recitalist. He has performed throughout the US and Germany and a frequent performer on NPR’s program Pipedreams. Adam is director of music at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Norman, Oklahoma, the conductor of the Oklahoma Master Chorale and an organ technician at the Institute.

Dr. Pajan completed his Doctor of Musical Arts American Organ Institute at the University of Oklahoma; his Master of Music at the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University; and his Bachelor of Music magna cum laude at Furman University where he was a Mattie Hipp Cunningham Scholar.

Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition: Firmin Swinnen Second Prize, 2013. Semifinalist, 2016

Ruth and Clarence Mader National Organ-Playing Competition: First Prize, 2013. Claremont United Church of Christ - Claremont, California

Arthur Poister Scholarship Competition in Organ Playing: First Prize, 2011. St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral - Syracuse, New York

Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival National Competition: First Prize, 2009. First Church of Christ - Wethersfied, Connecticut

ARTIST WEBSITE: www.adampajan.com