Ansley Fleming, College Organist and Instructor of Organ

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Ansley Fleming is College Organist and Adjunct Professor of Piano and Organ at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas.  He has performed throughout the United States and Europe and was the only American selected to appear at the Third Anton Bruckner International Competition in Linz, Austria in 1982.  He also has been a recitalist for conventions of the American Guild of Organists and The American Liszt Society.

Mr. Fleming, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, began studying piano at the age of four.  His organ study began when he was ten, and he held his first church position at the age of twelve.  He earned the Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Oklahoma, where he was a pupil of Mildred Andrews.  He holds a Master of Music degree from Oklahoma City University and has done doctoral work at the University of Illinois with Jerald Hamilton and with the late Michael Farris.

Ansley Fleming has held church positions in Oklahoma City, New York, Danville, Illinois, and St. Louis, Missouri. He retired in May 2007 after 22 years as fulltime Director of Music at First United Methodist Church in Little Rock, AR.  He has taught at the University of Illinois, the St. Louis Conservatory, and Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Missouri.

Mr. Ansley Fleming
(501) 450-1248
fleminga@hendrix.edu