I am a classically trained pianist and organist with over 25 years experience. I specialize in religious music, but can handle classical, jazz, gospel, show tunes, pop music, and more. With my perfect pitch, if I can hear it, I can generally play it!
*Available on short notice*
Price Range: $50 and up (discounts available)
Gig Length: 45 - 120 minutes
Holly Aloise is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who grew up playing for church in a small town in Montana. After college, she followed God's call to come to Boston, where she became the organist at 4th Presbyterian Church, studied organ with Christa Rakich of the New England Conservatory, and played for numerous musical theater performances. She is now back in Montana recording Christian CD's in order to reach more people with God's message of love and salvation.
My set list really depends on the audience and venue. Past shows have included classical concerts (Beethoven's Sonate Pathetique, Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor), concerts of original works, musical theater (Wicked; Little Shop of Horrors; Company; You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Once on This Island), pop covers (Justin Bieber, Phish, Beatles, Billy Joel), jazz standards (Our Love Is Here to Stay), and Christian music (traditional hymns and gospel pieces). I'll play what you want to hear!
Influences & Inspiration
Selah, The Gaither Vocal Band, Mark Lowry, Michael English
2 outlets for electrical equipment OR piano and microphone
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