Robert Delcamp is Professor of Music, University Organist and Choirmaster, and Chair of the Music Department at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. He is organist of All Saints’ Chapel on the university campus, where he also directs the chapel choir. Under his direction the choir has made several recordings and eight tours of England, including residencies at York Minster and Wells Cathedral.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he was a pupil of Wayne Fisher at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in organ performance. He later earned the DMus.degree from Northwestern University. He continued his study in France with Louis Robillard, Organiste Titulaire at the Church of Saint François de Sales in Lyon.
As a concert artist Robert Delcamp has toured extensively throughout the United States, performing for numerous chapters of the American Guild of Organists and presenting workshops on organ technique, hymn-playing, and organ repertoire, as well as concerts and workshops devoted to the organ music of Marcel Dupré. Robert Delcamp has made a speciality of the nineteenth and early twentieth century organ repertoire. His recordings for Naxos include three volumes in the Organ Encyclopedia series of the complete organ works of Dupré (8.553918, 8.554026, 8.554209), a CD of organ music by Camille Saint-Saëns (8.557285) and a CD of organ music by Alexandre Guilmant (8.557614).