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Janean Hall

Janean Hall

  • Senior Lecturer in Harpsichord and Organ, Enid & Henry Woodword College Organist, Music

Education & Professional History

Concordia College (NE), BS, BA.

At Carleton since 1994.

Courses Taught This Year

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages


JANEAN HALL (Enid and Henry Woodward College Organist, and Sr. Lecturer of Organ and Harpsichord) received  a B.S. in education and a B. A. in music from Concordia University, Nebraska  in 1977. Her areas of study are organ performance, and harpsichord performance with principal teachers Dr. Charles Ore, and Dr. Paul Manz. Janean has 40 years of experience as head organist at various churches ( Bethlehem Lutheran, Morristown, Trinity Lutheran, Northfield, and currently Trinity Lutheran, Owatonna). A member of the American Guild of Organists, Janean has performed in recitals from the Twin Cities to Denmark, as well as Bach festivals, and harpsichord workshops. This is her 23rd year at Carleton College serving as organist for official convos,performing with a baroque trio, and playing for college chapels, funerals, and weddings. She teaches the Minnesota Music Listening Class for Waseca High School, in addition to serving as an official judge for the Southern region.

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