Bert Landman studied organ, piano, harpsichord and voice at Shenandoah Conservatory of Music in Winchester, Virginia, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Church Music, magna cum laude, and a Performance Certificate in Organ. He also holds a Master of Music in Church Music (with distinction) from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, where he studied organ with Dr. Donald McDonald and choral conducting with Joseph Flummerfelt. Mr. Landman served as organist and choirmaster at Lutheran and Episcopal churches in Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Tennessee and Georgia before coming to Trinity Episcopal Church in Hartford, Connecticut, as Director of Music Ministry in 2005. In 2007, building on the success of the Trinity Choristers, he persuaded the church to launch The Choir School of Hartford, of which he serves as Music Director. His choirs have sung at the Washington National Cathedral; the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Lincoln Center in New York City; and at Salisbury, St. Alban’s, Christ Church (Oxford) and Bristol Cathedrals in Great Britain. He was named Precentor of Trinity Church in the Fall of 2012. He is an active composer and arranger of choral, organ and orchestral music. He is currently the President of the Royal School of Church Music in America.