The New Church Music Website - with David Warner & Diane Bastian David T. Warner is director of Music and Cultural Arts for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Previous to his appointment he was a faculty member at Brigham Young University in the David O. McKay School of Education and the School of Music, and artistic director of Boise Opera and the Film Actors Theatre of Los Angeles. He holds a Ph.D. in theater and film and also did graduate work in music at Indiana University. He has directed television specials seen nationally on PBS, as well as film, professional theatre, musical theatre, and opera. Recent projects include Savior of the World in the Conference Center Theater, and Light of the World, produced by the Church for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. His original texts have been published by Oxford University Press and recorded on the Telarc, Clarion, and Mormon Tabernacle Choir labels. Brother Warner is married to Allison Hickman and they are the parents of two boys. Diane Bastian grew up in Buhl, ID, the daughter of Lowell and Alta Roskelley. She received a degree in piano performance from Brigham Young University and has taught piano and organ since she was 15. Diane has spent much of her time as a piano accompanist, working with choirs and soloists ranging from young Suzuki violinists to professional musicians. She works as an administrative assistant in the Music and Cultural Arts Division of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. She married Larry Bastian, and they have seven children and 14 grandchildren. In her limited spare time she enjoys making afghans, walking, and reading. Link to the Church Music website: That's this week on the Cricket and Seagull... - SKP
Direct download: cs-warnerbastian.mp3
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