St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Quebec City
Our Organist

Our Organist: Mr. Stafford Having received his training from Kenneth Turvey, adjunct organ professor for the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Mr. Stafford served as organist at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Athens, Alabama and, in an unofficial capacity, as sub-organist at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Huntsville Alabama. After moving to Quebec City to complete course work at Laval University, he was appointed as organist at St. Andrew's in 2000, following a period as replacement organist. He is currently continuing organ studies with Marc D'Anjou, head organist at Quebec City's Notre-Dame Basilica.

A lover of both classical and traditional music, Mr. Stafford uses both to create a musical style that preserves and promotes the uniqueness of St. Andrew's place in the history of both Quebec City and the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Firmly rooted in its Scottish character, the music at St. Andrew's reflects its lively cultural heritage by often incorporating the music of the Highlands into the overall worship experience. From Bach to bagpipes: "Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord".

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