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Faculty & Staff SpotlightDr. Kristina Langlois

Kristina Langlois

Adjunct Professor of Organ/University Organist

Dr. Kristina M. Langlois is the university organist and adjunct organ professor at Concordia University, St. Paul.  She had served Westwood Lutheran Church (Minneapolis) for 21 years, first as Associate Musician and then as Director of Music since 2000. She is currently Director of Instrumental Music at Augustana Lutheran Church in South St. Paul. She has served on numerous committees of the American Guild of Organists/Twin Cities chapter —including two years as Dean—and is an active recitalist, clinician, and competition judge. She has performed organ recitals in Chicago, the Twin Cities region, and in Germany. Dr. Langlois also served as organist and organ clinician for various regional conventions and organ music workshops. She is co-editor of With a Voice of Singing, a festschrift celebrating the life and profession of church musician Ronald A. Nelson. In addition, her choral music and hymn settings for organ are published by MorningStar Music and Augsburg Fortress.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

  • D.M., Church Music, Northwestern University (1986)
  • M.A., Church Music, Concordia University-Chicago (1981)
  • B.A., Education, Concordia University-Chicago (1978)