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Nathan Mondry divides his musical output between playing harpsichord, organ, piano and clavichord. Winner of the 2015 Mary McLaughlin Prize in Early Music at McGill University, he received his Bachelor’s degree in piano performance at the University of Michigan, his Master’s degree in harpsichord performance at McGill, and an Artist diploma in organ performance from the same school; he recently finished a Master’s in historical improvisation at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He has performed throughout the USA and Canada, as well as Switzerland, France, The Netherlands, Poland, Germany and Italy. In 2017, Nathan was a finalist in the 6th International Organ Competition Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, playing at the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam and the Bavo Kerk in Haarlem. Further competition credits include a special prize at the 1st Partimento/Basso Competition in Katowice (2019), 1st prize with Arnie Tanimoto at the 7th Bach-Abel Competition in Cöthen (2018), and a prize from the 2nd International Organ Composition Competition in Pordenone (2019). Nathan is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Keyboard Instruments at Cornell University.
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