Felipe Dominguez is an organist, harpsichordist, composer, musicologist, and political scientist. Born and raised in Talcahuano, Chile, he immigrated to the United States in 2005 to attend Brigham Young University in Utah. He received a Bachelors of Music (B.M.) in Organ Performance in 2010, a Masters in Music (M.M.) in Organ Performance in 2012, both from Brigham Young University, and a Master in Legislative Affairs at George Washington University (Washington D.C.) in 2014. At Brigham Young University, he studied harpsichord and organ with Douglas Bush and organ with Don Cook. He has also pursued further postgraduate organ instruction with Edoardo Belotti, Hans Davidsson and Francesco Cera.

Mr. Dominguez has served as a church musician - playing the organ/piano and conducting choirs and ensembles - since the year 2000. In August 2011, he was appointed as organist of the First Presbyterian Church of Annandale, Virginia. He has performed as a soloist and in ensembles in Chile, Argentina, United States and Italy.

Mr. Dominguez’ areas of musical interest are renaissance and baroque keyboard instruments and technique, performance practice in general, historical and modern organ building, music theory, 20th Century repertory and techniques, and Latin American music. His interests in political science center in political philosophy, constitutional law, comparative politics and history of political movements.

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