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Glenn Kime

Glenn Kime began organ studies at Bethany Church, Randolph, Vermont, during the pastorate of his father, Rev. Albert Kime. His teacher was Florence Scholl Cushman, a student of Wilhelm Middelschulte; he continued studies with Will Headlee, Gillian Weir, and Cherry Rhodes. He is director of music for May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society of Syracuse, New York, where Holtkamp Opus 1797 (1965) will be heard during the 2014 OHS convention. He is also university organist of Colgate University. He has performed as a soloist and accompanist throughout the United States; in Canada, Britain, Europe, and China and has recorded on the Raven label.

Glenn does much of his practice on M.P. Moller Opus 10458 (1968), an instrument he acquired for his home with the help of Randall Wagner.