Alfred V. Fedak holds degrees in Organ Performance and Music History from Hope College and Montclair State University, and has done additional study at Westminster Choir College, Eastman School of Music, and in Austria and England. A Fellow of the American Guild of Organists (AGO), he also holds the AGO's Choirmaster Certificate and is a member of the Guild's national Board of Examiners. Widely known as a composer of sacred music, he has over 200 choral and organ works in print, and his many hymn tunes appear in hymnals throughout the English‑speaking world and Asia. The winner of numerous awards in both performance and composition, he served on the editorial committee that produced Glory to God: The Presbyterian Hymnal. He presently serves as Minister of Music and Arts at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Albany, New York, Organist/Choir Director at Albany's Congregation Beth Emeth, Chapel Organist at Emma Willard School in Troy, New York, Organist/Harpsichordist with Capitol Chamber Artists, and Accompanist/Composer‑in‑Residence with the Hudson‑Mohawk Chorale.