through teaching courses in performance, church music, and organbuilding. As a technician at the AOI shop, I have spent the majority of my time in the voicing room working on the voicing, regulation, and tonal finishing of flues and reeds. Further technical experience includes tuning, releathering reservoirs, and basic woodworking.
Doctor of Musical Arts
Graduate College Fellow and
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Master of Music
Richard Paul DeLong Prize
Julia Sherman Prize
Bachelor of Music, magna cum laude
Mattie Hipp Cunningham Scholar
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Basilica of St. John the Baptist
First Presbyterian Church
Mainzer Dom (Mainz Cathedral)
Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival
First Prize, 2009
First Church of Christ - Wethersfield, CT
Adam M. Pajan
I'm proud to be a faculty member at the University of Oklahoma's
Since the fall of 2014, I have been honored to be a part of the faculty of the American Organ Institute at the University of Oklahoma. In conjunction with my colleagues, I help support our mission of "honoring the past; embracing the present; fostering the future"
As an active performer, I have traveled through the United States and Germany to present programs from Washington to Florida and Arizona to Connecticut. Abroad, solo performances have taken me to Mainz, Wiesbaden, Hanau, Magdeburg, Fulda, and Altenberg. As an active collaborator, I have accompanied choral concerts in Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Hungary.