John S. Dixon


Born in London, England, John S. Dixon was classically trained in piano and organ. During his school years he was active in music in the Anglican church, and was a founding member of The Southend Boys Choir, one of Britain's foremost youth choirs. He earned degrees from The Queen's College, Oxford University and Harvard Business School. His composing has flourished since moving to America in 1988, largely through his involvement in the music ministry at Providence Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach, where he is currently organist and composer-in-residence. He has now written more than 200 pieces for church and secular use.


Works available from Zimbel Press:
(Full information about each work is available from the catalogue pages.)

#80101103 -- Five Postludes for organ
#80101116 -- Six Offertories for organ
#80101120 -- Zimbelstern, Vol. I: Six Hymn Preludes for Organ
(contains Prelude on "Melita" by John S. Dixon)
#80101138 -- Six Christmas Voluntaries for organ
#80101164 -- Amazing Grace for organ
#80101190 -- Remembrance for organ
#80101191 -- Aria Serena for organ
#80101207 -- With Eager Hands: Organ Music for Manuals Only
#80101213 -- Your Voice Now Raise: New Solos for the Church (multi-composer collection)
#80101218 -- United in Love: New Solos for Weddings (multi-composer collection)