Janette Fishell is professor of organ and chair of the organ department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. A graduate of Indiana University and Northwestern University, she is a recitalist and teacher of international standing. Her students have distinguished themselves in academia, concerts and in competitions in the US and Europe and successfully serve in churches and on university faculties throughout the US and Asia.
A regular performer in many of the world’s greatest concert venues, Fishell is a published author, composer and recording artist. She is widely recognised as a leading authority on the organ music of Czech composer Petr Eben and has begun a decade-long cycle in which she will record his complete organ works. In addition to multi-year performance projects in which she performed the complete organ works of J.S. Bach and César Franck, she continues to record a wide range of repertoire, including works by Bach, French Romantic composers and Beethoven, on distinguished mechanical action instruments built by some of the most celebrated contemporary craftsmen.
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