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Alison J. Luedecke, organist, is very active across the United States as a solo concert organist and has played in Canada and Germany. As an ensemble musician she is organist and co-founder of Millennia Consort, California's premiere organ plus ensemble, a brass quintet, percussion and organ group, and its small ensemble Millennia Too!, with oboe/English horn and trumpet. She is also harpsichordist with the San Diego Baroque Ensemble and the Cabrillo Chamber Orchestra and frequently plays with other chamber ensembles.

As a recording artist she has been heard numerous times on "Pipedreams", the nationally syndicated MPR show. Alison is featured on five organ recordings, three of which as a former member of the Liturgical Organists Consortium. The Consortium recordings are published by World Library Publications (WLP).

Alison is editor of the series, Consoliere Classics, a multi-volume organ music publication, published by WLP. She has also worked for the Church at cathedral, diocesan and parish levels. She completed the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Organ Performance at the Eastman School of Music as a student of David Craighead.