Organist and harpsichordist Jake Street performs extensively throughout the United States as a solo recitalist and continuo player. Jake is a graduate of Holy Cross College, Oberlin
Conservatory, and Yale University. He has studied organ with Olivier Latry, Arvid Gast, and Thomas Murray, and harpsichord with Webb Wiggins, Michael Fuerst, and Arthur Haas. From
2013-14 he lived in Lübeck, Germany as a Fulbright Scholar, studying on the many historical instruments there and giving recitals throughout northern Germany.
Jake has been a prizewinner in multiple competitions, including Prize for the Interpretation of French Music in Biarritz, France; Second Prize in the International Buxtehude Organ
Competition in Lübeck, Germany; and the Prix de la ville d’Angers in the Jean-Louis Florentz International Organ Competition. He has performed in solo recitals across Europe and the
United States, most recently in Lübeck and in Strasbourg, France.
As a church musician, Jake has served as Organ Scholar at Trinity Church Copley Square, Boston, and currently serves as Director of Music at St. Paul’s on the Green, Norwalk,
Connecticut. Jake is active in music criticism, having won the inaugural Rubin Award for Music Criticism at Oberlin. His writings have been published in Early Music Magazine, Early Music,
Cleveland Classical, The American Organist, and the Boston Musical Intelligencer. Jake is a runner and an indoor rock climber, and is an advocate for mental health awareness and for survivors of sexual abuse.

You can reach Jake (or Mr. Street, to the Choristers) at