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"Yesterday we heard a world-caliber concert from local artist Alison Luedecke... Her playing was brilliant...This was an ambitious program of exceptionally interesting pieces that moved seamlessly from one to the next..."

-Robert York, Long Beach AGO Dean

-The American Organist Magazine

"Your playing was superb, and the ensemble playing was perfect. . . you could sense the tremendous enthusiasm of the crowds. Thank you, and your consort members, very, very much for helping to make our convention such a success."

-Fred Swann, as President, American Guild of Organists, Program Chair, AGO2004LA (of Millennia Consort)

"By featuring the superb musicianship of Alison Luedecke and Susan Barrett (Millennia Too!), Binghamton University/State University of New York, was able to present to the Binghamton public a superb expression of duo music-making at its finest. The concert was performed with all of the elan and flair expected from two musicians of the highest caliber; the combination was musical and refined."

Alison Luedecke

Concert Organist

Dr. Alison Luedecke is a vibrant musician who is passionate about sharing her love of music with everyone — congregations, audience members, colleagues and students. Her church and concert programs are uniquely designed to engage the listeners and performers. She is a consummate performer as a solo organist, collaborative ensemble musician, orchestral player, church musician and teacher. She received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Organ Performance at the Eastman School of Music as a student of David Craighead.


As an ensemble musician she is a founding member and harpsichordist/organist with San Diego Baroque. This collaborative ensemble was created because of the members’ enthusiasm and expertise in Baroque music. It is the only San Diego based instrumental ensemble featuring period instruments and local musicians, presenting Baroque music on period style instruments. As an orchestral musician she performs regularly with the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra and the California Chamber Orchestra.


Dr. Luedecke delights in playing solo and collaborative concerts and has performed across the US, Canada, Mexico, Germany, and in France- twice at Notre Dame de Paris before the fire.


Her church music ministry has included positions as Director of Liturgical Music for the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Rochester, New York, and San Diego, and at the cathedral and parish levels. She currently serves as Organist/Choir Director at the Church of the Nativity, Rancho Santa Fe where she directs a professional vocal quartet and the children’s choirs.


As a teacher Dr. Luedecke strives to provide a nurturing learning environment in order to help students fully expand their musical gifts and skills. 


In her free time she enjoys warm water snorkeling, cooking, traveling, spending quality time with family and friends, and exercising.

-Dr. Jonathan Biggers, as Department Chair, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

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