- Ear-training I/II/III/IV, Music History I, Early Music Lab
- D.M.A., University of Iowa, 1997
- M.A., University of Iowa, 1994
- M.M., New England Conservatory, 1984
- Organ Performance Diploma, Stedelijk Conservatorium, The Netherlands, 1982
- Organ Pedagogy Diploma, Stedelijk Conservatorium, The Netherlands, 1980
Applied Organ Lessons, Teaches Ear Training, Music History
- Recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship from the Netherlands-America Commission for Educational Exchange
Paul Tegels, a native of the Netherlands, is Associate Professor of Music, and serves as University Organist at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Organ Performance and Pedagogy and his Master of Arts Degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Iowa, where he studied organ with Delores Bruch, and choral conducting with William Hatcher.
Other degrees and awards include the Artist Diploma and the Master of Music Degree in organ performance from the New England Conservatory in Boston where he studied with Yuko Hayashi and William Porter. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship from the Netherlands-America Commission for Educational Exchange.
He holds the teaching and performance degrees from the Stedelijk Conservatorium in Arnhem, The Netherlands, where he studied organ with Bert Matter and harpsichord with Cees Rosenhart. He has done extensive research on the organ and harpsichord concertos of Franz Joseph Haydn, and has played the first American performance of the Haydn Organ Concerto in D, Hoboken XVIII-2, of which he has prepared a performance edition.
He has published several arrangements for 4 hand organ.
He is past dean of the Tacoma Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and is past president of the Westfield Center for Keyboard Studies.
Prior to his appointment at PLU, he taught at Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS.
Paul Tegels has performed extensively in solo and ensemble concerts in the United States, Europe, Japan, and New Zealand. He has performed at National Conventions of the Organ Historical Society, and has played some of the most significant organs in the US. As a lecturer, he has presented numerous programs at chapter meetings of the American Guild of Organists, and at other conventions. He also performs frequently in duet concerts with University of Illinois professor of organ, Dana Robinson.
Duetto by J C Bach
Buxtehude Praeludium in a minor
Bach Toccata Adagio and Fugue in C
Guilmant Ave Maria