Kenneth HermanOrganist

Kenneth Herman took his undergraduate degree in Church Music from St. Olaf College and his Masters degree at San Diego State University (SDSU) in Music History. He taught music history at SDSU and covered classical music for the San Diego Edition of the Los Angeles Times (1982-1992). He now writes for and won first place in the San Diego Press Club’s 2010 Excellence in Journalism Awards for music criticism. He was both an accompanist for the San Diego Children’s Choir (SDCC) and its interim Choral Director, leading the SDCC choirs on several European tours. On July 31, 2014, he retired from the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego after 43 years of service and was named Director of Music/Organist Laureate. The following week he took up his responsibilities as Organist for Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, which he continues to serve.