Organist Nathaniel Gumbs
Sunday, June 5
The Florence and Ward Beecher Box Office is open to phone sales only
Monday to Friday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
In-person ticket sales will be available at the DeYor Performing Arts Center during business hours, or 1 hour prior to performances at Stambaugh Auditorium.
For most events, the exterior doors will open one hour prior to the scheduled event start time.
The Elevator is located in the south west corner just inside the ADA / Garden Entrance on the left.
Restrooms may be found on all levels. Accessible (ADA) restrooms may be found off of the ground floor (Ballroom) lobby & across from the elevator on the balcony/third level.
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Bronx, New York Native, Dr. Nathaniel Gumbs, will present a concert featuring the E.M. Skinner Pipe Organ in the Concert Hall at Stambaugh Auditorium on Sunday, June 5th at 4:00 PM. Dr. Gumbs has delighted audiences throughout the United States and abroad and is a stunning example of youthful yet masterful talent.
Currently serving as Director of Chapel Music at Yale University, Dr. Gumbs works with students, faculty, and guests to coordinate music for multiple worship communities. Prior to his position at Yale, he served as Director of Music and Arts and Church Organist at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he led several hundred volunteer musicians and staff in four choirs and ensembles. His many years of diverse experience in church music started in his youth at Trinity Baptist Church in the Bronx.
Dr. Gumbs earned his undergraduate degree from Shenandoah Conservatory in Virginia, his Master of Music degree from Yale University, and in 2021 completed a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree at the Eastman School of Music.
In 2017, The Diapason recognized Nathaniel Gumbs as one of 20 outstanding organists under 30 years old for his achievement in organ performance and church music. He also curated the opening hymn festival, “Singing Diverse Music in the New Church,” for the Hymn Society Annual Conference in 2018.