Jackson Borges is Organist & Director of Music for The Episcopal Parish of All Saints’ Church & St. George’s Chapel in Rehoboth Beach and Harbeson, Delaware. Prior to his appointment in 2014, Jackson held positions with Morristown United Methodist Church, The Princeton Girl Choir, and The American Boychoir, all in New Jersey. At All Saints’ & St. George’s, Jackson directs, plans, oversees, and executes all choral and instrumental music, ranging from the Medieval to the contemporary, for services and special events at both locations. He is also the artistic director and administrator of the “Concerts by the Sea" and annual “Summer Organ Recital" series, which present the finest musicians in the immediate area and abroad in programs ranging from Broadway to sacred, to instrumental and choral. In addition to his church music ministry, Jackson is a frequent recitalist, both at home and abroad. He has been heard in important venues such as Grace and St. Mary’s Cathedrals (San Francisco), the Spreckels Organ Pavilion (San Diego), Fourth Presbyterian Church (Chicago), Grace Church (Episcopal) and Central Synagogue (New York City), the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart and Princeton University (New Jersey), Trinity Church (Boston), Longwood Gardens and the Kimmel Center (Pennsylvania), and Khandallah Presbyterian Church (Wellington, New Zealand). Jackson’s orchestral debut was made in 2005 as organ soloist for Joseph Jongen’s monumental “Symphonie Concertante" with the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony. He has also appeared in Europe as duet partner and vocalist with American concert organist Stephen Tharp and has premiered new organ works and transcriptions by American composers Carolyn Hamlin, Daniel E. Gawthrop, and Jason Klein-Mendoza. Jackson is an accomplished chamber musician, continuo player, and accompanist, and has been heard in concert with members of the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera Chorus, Center City Chorale of Wilmington, DE, Delaware Symphony, Princeton Pro Musica, as well as numerous other professional organizations across the country. As a composer, Jackson has written works which range from those for solo organ, voice, and choir, as well as arrangements for choir, congregation, and instrumental ensembles. His work “The St. George Responses" was given its first performance at St. George’s Chapel in Harbeson, Delaware on the Feast of the Epiphany, 2016. Jackson Borges is an active member of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and has served on the executive boards of the Palomar and San Diego (CA) chapters, the Delaware chapter, and presently serves as sub dean of the Southern Delaware chapter. He has taught at Pipe Organ Encounters (POE) and given workshops for the AGO on both coasts and has performed at regional and national conventions of both the AGO and the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). As a vocalist, Jackson has performed in many important venues, such as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, under conductors Pierre Boulez, Mariss Janssons, Ton Koopman, and Kurt Mazur. In the realm of musical and dramatic theatre, Jackson has appeared as pianist, music director, performer, and educator, both in academic and community settings. Jackson Borges holds the Bachelor of Music degree in organ performance from San Diego State University, and the Master of Music degree in organ performance from Westminster Choir College. He has won top scholarship and competition awards from the American Guild of Organists, the Spreckels Organ Society, and the Pacific Council of Organ Clubs. Jackson’s major teachers have included Robert Plimpton, Alan Morrison, and the late Tom Hazleton, with additional instruction in improvisation from Bruce Neswick and Stephen Tharp, and has participated in masterclasses and individual coaching sessions with Todd Wilson (Cleveland Institute of Music), the late Weston Noble (Luther College, Iowa), Vance George (San Francisco Symphony Chorus), John Ferguson (St. Olaf College), and the late Pierre Pincemaille (Basilique St-Denis, Paris, France). Presently, Jackson is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, as a student of Dr. Faythe Freese.