Additional coaching during this period of his education he received in courses with Professors Martin Lücker, Frankfurt; Pieter van Dijk, Amsterdam; Oleg Yantchenko, Moscow; Wolfgang Rübsam, Saarbrücken; Leo Krümer, Speyer; Franz Lehrndorfer, Munich; and Robert Griffith, Delaware/Ohio. In September 1999 he enrolled at The Juilliard School, New York, where he had been awarded a merit-based full tuition scholarship. In September 2001 Felix Hell has been admitted, again under full tuition scholarship, at The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he has been studying with Dr. John Weaver and Alan Morrison, with additional coaching/masterclasses with Professors Martin Jean, Marie-Claire Alain, Joan Lippincott and Gillian Weir. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in May 2004 at the age of 18 and became the youngest Organ Major ever to graduate from Curtis.
His graduate studies Felix Hell is pursuing, under the guidance of Professor Donald Sutherland, at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, where he he received his Artist Diploma degree in May 2007and completed his studies with the Master of Music degree in 2008. Felix Hell is member of the American Guild of Organists, the Organ Historical Society, the German Gesellschaft der Orgelfreunde and the Organ Society of Sydney. He is Organ Artist Associate of St. Peters Lutheran Church in Manhattan, New York City, Distinguished Organist in Residence to the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, PA. Very recently he was appointed as Organ Instructor at the Sunderman Conservatory, Gettysburg, PA.
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