David Enlow is a concert organist and church musician who performs throughout North America and Europe. His recordings include Pater Seraphicus, a three-disc set of Franck’s organ works; Piano á l’orgue, an album of piano transcriptions; and Bach on Park Avenue, recorded at New York’s Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, all on the Pro Organo record label.
Enlow is organist and choir master at the Church of the Resurrection in New York, where he directs a professional choir that offers over 50 settings of the Mass each season—often works by Mozart and Haydn with orchestra. Enlow has been responsible for the service-playing component of the organ curriculum at Juilliard since 2007. Active in the American Guild of Organists, Enlow is dean of the New York City Chapter, has served on the professional certification committee, and continues on the board of examiners. His work in early music includes serving as organist of the Clarion Orchestra and répétiteur of the Clarion Choir.
He holds both bachelor’s (2003) and master’s (2005) degrees from Juilliard, where he studied with Paul Jacobs and John Weaver. Enlow also studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and with John Tuttle in his native Toronto. Enlow’s national first prizes for performance include those of the Arthur Poister Competition and the Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival/USA.