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Alison Davy is St. Luke's organist and music director. As a teacher and conductor, Alison brings 30 years of experience instructing individual students and leading choruses of many skill levels and sizes. As a professional singer, she has appeared in opera, oratorio and recital both nationally and internationally. For her solo work in Haydn’s “The Creation”, she was hailed in the East Hampton Star for her “unflawed mix of power, range, tone, litheness, and articulation". Other singing credits include soloist in Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem in Boston with Newton Community Chorus; Mozart’s Requiem and Vespers with Putnam Chorale; Händel’s Judas Maccabaeus with Greenwich Choral Society and a world premiere recording with the City of Prague Philharmonic of Steven Lebetkin’s Six Songs on Poems by Walt Whitman. Chamber music credits include a performance with renowned flautist Eugenia Zukerman of Bach’s Ich folge dir gleichfalls, Schubert’s Der Hirt auf dem Felsen with Manhattan’s Phoenix Ensemble and an ongoing collaboration with classical saxophonist Javier Oviedo and pianist Gene Rohrer in their trio, Riot With Three. Alison has sung at Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center and the White House and in numerous professional church choirs including National Presbyterian Church, Trinity Wall Street, St. Mary the Virgin at Times Square, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian and St. John’s in the Village (NYC).