Dr. Pierce Dickens
Music Theory, Piano, Organ
M.M. Georgia State University
About Dr. Dickens
Pierce Dickens is an adjunct instructor of organ, piano, and music theory. He joined the faculty of Georgia Southern University in 2010. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he is an accompanist for the Georgia Southern Opera, the University Singers, and several private studios. Dickens is active as a church musician, accompanist, and clinician.
Dickens has appeared as organ soloist with The Augusta Symphony Orchestra and has been the featured organ recitalist at the Georgia Music Teachers Association annual conference. He served as accompanist for several Georgia Baptist festivals and has appeared at the Georgia Baptist Church Music Conference, the annual meeting of Georgia Baptist Convention, the annual meeting of the Alaska Baptist Convention, and in solo and collaborative recitals in Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. His performances have been broadcast on Georgia Public Radio and Alabama Public Radio.
He serves as organist for The First United Methodist Church of Statesboro and has a collection of hymn arrangements for organ in print, Praise To The Lord, The Almighty, published by Lillenas. Dickens has also completed a solo for organ, commissioned by the First Baptist Church of Statesboro. He is a member of the American Guild of Organists, Organ Historical Society, Georgia Music Teachers Association, and Music Teachers National Association, Pi Kappa Lambda, and is included in the list of 2000 Outstanding Musicians of the 20th Century and the Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.
Last updated: 11/12/2020