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Roland “Ronnie” Smith Plays Music World-Wide

When Roland “Ronnie” Smith is at a keyboard, whether an upright piano or baby grand, a digital keyboard or pipe organ, it is well with his soul.

“Music transports me,” he said as he began playing the organ in the chapel at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Inverness where he is the church’s music director.

A career church musician, Smith has played all over the United States and Europe, in small churches and large, majestic cathedrals.

From that moment he was captivated and since he has been captivating others with his playing.

He attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, courtesy of a scholarship from the Lilly Foundation. [Read More].

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