About Dr. Carol Williams
Carol Williams, British born composer, concert organist and San Diego Civic Organist Emerita.
Carol could read music before English. Began her training at the Royal Academy of Music. Awarded all major prizes for organ. Became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, a Fellow of Trinity College London, Associate of the Royal College of Music. Studied in Paris with Daniel Roth. Williams undertook postgraduate studies at Yale University with Professor Thomas Murray and awarded Artist Diploma and the Charles Ives prize for outstanding achievement. Earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts at Manhattan School of Music and received the Helen Cohn award.
Carol is familiar with Order of Service. Former Chapel Organist, Yale University; Associate Organist Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, NY; Artist in Residence St. Paul’s Cathedral, San Diego; presently Artist in Residence Court Street United Methodist church, Lynchburg, VA.
Host “TourBus” the documentary series featuring the Large & Small, Famous & Unique pipe organs of the world. Host “On The Bench” YouTube series interviewing musicians.
“I want to bring the pipe organ to a broader audience and, with my performance make people feel good”. Williams’ CDs, DVDs and compositions can be found at www.melcot.com, FaceBook, and Twitter.