Bryan Black is past-president of Georgia ACDA, served three terms as Southern Division R&R Chair for Music in Worship, and is completing his third term as the National R&R Chair. He is the Organist/Choirmaster at St. James Episcopal Church in Marietta, GA and conducts the Georgia Symphony Orchestra Chorus. Black holds degrees in music from Samford University and The Florida State University where he studied with André Thomas and Rodney Eichenberger. He is a Doctor of Pastoral Music candidate at Southern Methodist University researching what music and ritual in prison contexts has to teach the church in a post-modern culture.
From 2023 National Conference
Composers B. E. Boykin and Wendell Glick will offer insights into their compositional process and musical traditions.