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Building a Flourishing Catholic School Music Program
Of all the items in a parochial school music teacher's job description, the school Mass is often given short shrift, with more attention used for daily lesson plans and concert or musical preparation. In a paradigm shift, presenter Bruce Ludwick offers creative suggestions about how to prioritize the Sacred Liturgy and use it to further your efforts to teach vocal, choral and musical education. The benefits to your music program, your school and the lives of your students are eternal!

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Bruce Ludwick, Jr.
Director of Music and Organist @Cathedral of St. Paul, Birmingham, AL
Bruce Ludwick, Jr. is Director of Music and Organist at the Cathedral of Saint Paul in Birmingham, Alabama. Mr. Ludwick manages a liturgical music program composed of the semi-professional Cathedral Choir, Children's Schola Cantorum, and cantor corps. He organizes, plans, and provides music for all parish liturgies and serves as director of music for all diocesan liturgies at the Cathedral. He was formerly Director of Music and Organist at St. Gabriel the Archangel Church in St. Louis, Missouri. Ludwick earned the Master of Music in Organ Performance with Emphasis in Sacred Music at the University of Texas at Austin where he studied with the late Gerre Hancock. He earned the Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and Music Education from West Virginia University as a student of William Haller. Other organ study was with the late David Craighead and Alan Lewis; his conducting study was with Kathleen Shannon. Ludwick maintains a special interest in children's music for the liturgy.