Anne Timpane

Anne Timpane is director of music ministries at St. John’s
Episcopal Church, Norwood Parish, in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where she is
responsible for all aspects of the music program, including the three
singing choirs and the Norwood Ringers handbell ensemble. Before coming
to St. John’s, Anne served as organist to Andrew Chapel United
Methodist Church in Vienna, Virginia. She was director of music at
Christ Church Bronxville (NY) for six years, associate director of music
at Christ Church Greenwich (CT), assistant organist at the Brick
Presbyterian Church (NYC), and Lee Hastings Bristol Jr. Organ Scholar
and then assistant organist at Trinity Church, Princeton (NJ). Anne is
known to many in the area for her work at St. Columba’s Episcopal
Church where she served as associate director of music from
1988–1992.

She is a magna cum laude graduate of Westminster Choir College where
she was winner of the Alexander McCurdy Competition in Organ
Performance, awarded the William and Mary Renneckar merit scholarship,
and received into the national music honor society Phi Kappa Lamba. She
also holds a Master of Music degree in organ performance from Manhattan
School of Music where she was a student of McNeil Robinson and received
the Bronson Regan Award for outstanding accomplishment in organ
performance.