Adeline E. Huss,B.M.,M.M., is a graduate from The Cleveland Institute of Music in organ performance. Her degree program included advanced theory courses as well as taking the theory pedagogical studies which included two years of study and student teaching; the first year was concentrated on the preparatory student, while the second year was devoted to the application of teaching techniques for the conservatory student. Post graduate studies also include non-degree courses in Liturgy ( Notre Dame, Indiana) and Eastern Orthodox Biblical Studies (Notre Dame, Cleveland). She studied piano with Jean Gans, Alvaretta West, Ward Davenny and organ with Dr. Henry Fusner and Dr. Arthur Poister (Syracuse). The theoretical coursework was under the supervision of Gerald Dallesandro, Marie Martin, Dr. Donald Erb, and Verna Straub. Formerly, she was the Head of the Preparatory Theory Department and is presently a part time faculty for the theory department. In 2012, she received the Award of Excellence in Teaching at CIM's Prep Commencement. She is the organist at St. John Lutheran Church, Garfield Heights, Ohio.
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