Nathan Laube is appointed to the organ faculty at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Stuttgart, Germany, succeeding his mentor, Ludger Lohmann, at his alma mater. There he takes part in leading an international center for organ study.
Prior to his move to Europe, he served on the organ faculty of the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York, from 2013 until 2020. Since 2018 Laube additionally holds the post of international consultant in organ studies at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, UK. He will serve on the juries for the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival (United States) and the Silbermann Competition (Freiberg, Germany), both in 2021, as well as the International Martini Organ Competition (Groningen, Netherlands) in 2022.
In addition to his new duties in Stuttgart, Laube will continue to perform in the United States and elsewhere. Recent inaugural recitals include the new William Drake organ at Chelsea Old Church in London, the Mühleisen organ at Moscow’s new Zaryadye Concert Hall, the restored Lundén organ at the Vasa Church in Göteborg, Sweden, and in October 2020, the first solo recital on Austria’s largest pipe organ at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, built by the Rieger firm.
Laube is represented by Karen McFarlane Artists, Inc.
For information: concertorganists.com.
Other recent appointments:
Michael Ging to All Saints Episcopal, Winter Park, FL
Amanda Mole to St. Joseph Cathedral, Columbus, OH