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Thomas Keesecker

  • Tom Keesecker Winter 2018 Performances

    Tom Keesecker

    Tom Keesecker will be performing music from his Advent and Christmas piano collections in an hour-long program of piano music, song, and poetry at these churches in November and December.

    - Sunday, 11/18, Saint Martin’s Lutheran, Annapolis, MD, 3pm
    - Monday, 11/26, St Mary Magdalen Mission, Bel Air, MD, 7 pm
    - Wednesday, 11/28, The Village at Orchid Ridge Winchester, VA, 2 pm
    - Wednesday, 11/28, Grace Lutheran, Winchester, VA, 6:30 pm
    - Sunday, 12/2, Abiding Presence Lutheran, Ewing Township, NJ, 6 pm
    - Monday, 12/3, St Paul’s Lutheran, Glenside, PA, 7:30 pm
    - Wednesday, 12/5, Good Shepherd Lutheran, Bel Air, MD, 6:45 service
    - Sunday, 12/9, Reformation Lutheran, Milford, DE, 7 pm
    - Monday 12/10, Epiphany Lutheran, Richmond, VA, 7 pm
    - Tuesday, 12/11, Wycliffe Presbyterian, Virginia Beach, VA, Noon
    - Tuesday, 12/11, Bayside Presbyterian, Virginia Beach, 7 pm
    - Wednesday, 12/12, St Michael Lutheran, Virginia Beach, VA, 6:45  pm

  • The Quiet Center - Upcoming Performances by Composer Thomas Keesecker


    Thomas Keesecker will be presenting his piano collection, The Quiet Center, as an Advent reflection of music, song, and poetry at several churches this Advent Season.


    Sunday, November 26, 6 pm, Abiding Presence Lutheran, Ewing Township, NJ

    Monday, November 27, 8 pm, St Paul's Lutheran, Glenside, PA

    Wednesday, November 29, 7:30 pm, Sacred Heart, Bloomfield, NJ

    Sunday, December 3, 5 pm, Saint Mary Magdalen Mission, Bel Air, MD

    Sunday, December 10, 6 pm, St Matthew's Lutheran, Lake Ridge, VA

    Wednesday, December 13, 6:30 pm, Grace Lutheran, Winchester, VA

    Thursday, December 15, Noon Recital, Muhlenberg Lutheran, Harrisburg, VA



    Thomas Keesecker is the Director of Music at St Margaret Catholic Church in Bel Air, Maryland. He has served as a parish musician in both Lutheran and Roman Catholic settings in Virginia, Montana, and Maryland. His choral music is published by several publishers. He grew up in Germany and Northern Virginia and attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston and the Catholic University School of Music in Washington, D.C. He and his wife, Tricia, are parents of three sons.

  • The Quiet Center: Keesecker's introspective piano music "resonates" 

    The Quiet CenterThe Quiet CenterTom Keesecker's new collection of piano music for Advent and Christmas, is refreshing in its introspection and is already resonating with players and listeners alike. From the composer:

    "I began composing The Quiet Center in November 2016. I finished the collection on January 20, 2017 and recorded it in February. It was my way of seeking a quiet haven amidst the turbulence affecting our country, although I sincerely hope that by turning in, I can—through my music—reflect out. The uncomplicated piano solos are mostly quiet, introspective pieces, suitable for the quietly joyful expectation of Advent and Christmas. "

    Keesecker's treatments of hymn tunes for Advent and Christmas are set both individually and in combinations. For example, Creator of the Stars of Night mixes CONDITOR ALME SIDERUM with HYFRYDOL, a tune many congregations sing with the Advent hymn “Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus.” There is also an original piece, "The Quiet Center," to round out the collection.

    A complete CD recording is available as well as the printed collection.

    In 2018, MorningStar Music will be releasing a second collection of Tom's piano music for Lent called The Quiet Journey: Piano Music for Lent and Holy Week. Here is a preview of one of those pieces, Attende Domine.

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