The Association of Anglican Musicians offers free student memberships in celebration of 1,000-member milestone

Association of Anglican Musicians
Posted Nov 7, 2023

Dr. HyeSung Hwang became the 1,000th member of the Association of Anglican Musicians in October 2023.

The Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) is pleased to announce membership dues for full-time students will be free beginning in 2024. This program has been generously underwritten by a legacy gift from Dr. Delbert Disselhorst, honoring his passion for working with students, most notably as Professor of Organ at the University of Iowa from 1970 until 2008.

Dr. HyeSung Hwang, Director of Music Ministries at St. Martin’s in-the-Field Episcopal Church (Severna Park, MD) became AAM’s 1,000th member on October 9. In recognition of this milestone, Dr. Hwang will receive a full scholarship to attend the Annual Conference of the Association hosted in Minnesota from June 9-13, 2024. Dr. Hwang writes, “I am deeply honored to be the 1000th member of the Association of Anglican Musicians. I extend my sincere gratitude for the generous support from AAM, and I look forward to collaborating with the esteemed existing members in praising our God through glorious music.”

Founded in 1966, the Association of Anglican Musicians is a member-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of musicians and clergy serving in the Episcopal Church and internationally within the Anglican Communion. Its members host an annual Conference and produce a bi-monthly Journal. Committees within AAM advocate for lay employees working in the Episcopal Church on a local and national level. Whether you are an experienced church musician or just beginning your vocation, AAM welcomes membership applications quarterly. More information can be found on their website.