Jackson Borges to Statesboro First United Methodist Church

August 30, 2021
Jackson Borges
Jackson Borges

Jackson Borges is appointed organist and minister of music for Statesboro First United Methodist Church, Statesboro, Georgia, succeeding the late Pierce Dickens. Borges’s duties will include playing the organ for services, directing the choir, and overseeing the entire music program. He holds degrees in organ performance from San Diego State University, San Diego, California; Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey; and the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. His principal instructors include Robert Plimpton, Alan Morrison, Tom Hazleton, and Faythe
Freese, and he studied improvisation with Bruce Neswick and Stephen Tharp.

Beginning in 2014, Borges served as organist and parish director of music for the Episcopal Parish of All Saints’ Church & St. George’s Chapel in Rehoboth Beach and Harbeson, Delaware.

He is exclusively represented by Concert Artist Cooperative.

For information: jacksonborges.com.

Other recent appointments:

Shannon Murphy to Trinity Presbyterian, Montgomery, AL

Theodore Cheng to Rye Presbyterian, Rye, NY

Jackson Merrill to Christ Church, Grosse Pointe, MI