Residing in Durham, North Carolina, musician Jacqueline Nappi is engaged as a pianist, harpsichordist, organist, teacher, and avid improviser. She has collaborated with the Duke Vespers Ensemble under the direction of Brian Schmidt, and was involved in the 2016/17 Duke Chapel Bach Cantata Series. Jacqueline performs regularly with the Mallarmé Chamber Players, and is a founding member of the new early music group Bull City Baroque. In addition, she very much enjoys working as a collaborative pianist, and has recently taken an interest in improvising, as well as arranging and composing. She holds a Master of Music degree in Harpsichord Performance from SUNY Stony Brook, and a Bachelor of Music degree from The Hartt School. Her teachers and mentors have included keyboardists Arthur Haas, Christa Rakich, Andrus Madsen, and John Ruggero.
Jacqueline is a member of the American Guild of Organists Durham-Chapel Hill Chapter, and Treasurer of the Durham Music Teachers Association.
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Pastor Anderson was called to St. Paul's Lutheran Church in August of 2012. He attended Wagner College and received his MDIV from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. Pastor Anderson is a second career pastor. His previous employment was primarily in sales and marketing. He was Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Wake County NC in the 1990s. During his time at Habitat Pastor Anderson also received a Certificate in Nonprofit Management through Duke University. He then taught in the Nonprofit Program for 11 years. Pastor Anderson is married; he and his wife Kathy have one daughter, Rev. Marsha Anderson. Pastor Anderson loves to read, play golf and shop for antiques with his wife.
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