Brice Gerlach, Naples Philharmonic Chorus Assistant Conductor and Accompanist
Brice Gerlach received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in organ performance from Eastman School of Music and Indiana University, respectively. While at Eastman, he was awarded the prestigious Performer’s Certificate in Organ. He completed his doctorate in choral conducting from Indiana University. Gerlach is director of music at First Presbyterian Church and the assistant director and accompanist of the Naples Philharmonic Chorus and Philharmonic Youth Chorus.
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Thanks to the generous financial support of loyal donors, Artis—Naples is Southwest Florida’s most vital cultural resource, presenting the very best of visual and performing arts. We also remain dedicated to transforming the lives of young people through exceptional education opportunities.
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