Wesley Hall is a graduate of the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music, where he studied organ with Martin Jean and harpsichord with Arthur Haas. He holds both a Master’s degree in Historical Performance and a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory where he studied organ with James David Christie and harpsichord with Webb Wiggins. He also studied under visiting professors Olivier Latry and Marie Louise Langlais, and has participated in numerous master classes and lessons with Ton Koopman, Carol Terry, John Grew, Hank Knox, Wilma Jensen, and Sietze de Vries among others. Wesley has given concerts throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe, and was the first freshman chosen to represent the organ department at the Oberlin Danenberg Honors Recital in 2009. He has played continuo with Burning River Baroque, Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, and Emmanuel Music in Boston under the direction of John Harbison. Wesley was a finalist in the 2008 L. Cameron Johnson and 2007 Albert Schweitzer Organ Competitions and recently won the Preliminary Regional Competition for Young Organists in Wilmington, North Carolina, taking second place in the Region IV competition in High Point. He is a recipient of the Selby Harlan Houston Prize for excellence in organ and music theory. He has recently completed his tenure as Organ Scholar at Trinity Church on the Green in New Haven, Connecticut, and serves as the Minister of Music at the First Baptist Church of Worcester, MA.