Andrew E. Unsworth
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Andrew E. Unsworth has been an organist for the Salt Lake Tabernacle since 2007. This includes being an organist for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, which is the principal resident musical organization there.
Unsworth holds a degree in organ performance and pedagogy from Brigham Young University, then earned master's and doctorate degrees from Duke University. From 2001 to 2006 he was the organist for the Cathedral of the Madeline in Salt Lake City. Prior to becoming a Tabernacle organist, Unsworth was an assistant professor of music history and organ at Stephen F. Austin State University.
Unsworth married Alison Giauque and they are the parents of six children. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), and was a missionary in the church's England London Mission.
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