A star among young classical musicians, concert organist Nathan Laube has quickly earned a place among the organ world’s elite performers. In addition to his busy performing schedule, Mr. Laube serves as Assistant Professor of Organ at The Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, where he teaches with distinguished Professors David Higgs and Edoardo Bellotti.
Mr. Laube holds a Master’s Degree in Organ from the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart, Germany, where he was a student of Ludger Lohmann and recipient of a German DAAD Fellowship Study Scholarship for his studies there. As a recipient of a William Fulbright Grant, Nathan spent the 2010– 2011 academic year studying with Michel Bouvard and Jan Willem Jansen at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Toulouse, where he earned Prix de Spécialisé with the mention “Très Bien” and “Féliciations du Jury,” in addition to the Prix François Vidal from the city of Toulouse.
Nathan earned his Bachelor of Music Degree at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he studied organ with Alan Morrison and piano with Susan Starr. Upon graduating, he received the Institute’s two highest awards, the Landis Award for Excellence in Academics and the Aldwell Award for Excellence in Musical Studies. During his time at the Curtis Institute, Nathan also served as an Assistant Organist at the Wanamaker Grand Court Organ at Macy’s Department Store in downtown Philadelphia.
As a church musician, Nathan most recently served from 2011 to 2013 as Artist-in-Residence at the American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Paris, France. Previously, he served as Organ Scholar at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia