THE DIANE BISH
MUSIC & THE ARTS
WHY WE EXIST
The Diane Bish Center for Music and the Arts is a center for training and further education in a wide range of performing and fine arts, striving for excellence in all areas for God’s glory.
Registration is now open for our spring semester lessons. Before registering for lessons, please review the program handbook.
Lessons are available in the following areas:
“I am excited to announce the opening of the Center for Music and the Arts at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church (Ft. Lauderdale Fl). Christianity is a singing faith, giving rise to stunning artistic expression throughout the centuries. It is through music and the arts that we are able to glorify and praise God, both personally and collectively. The Center will provide individual instruction by outstanding musicians and artists, workshops, performances, and concerts, and promote excellence to people of all ages, sharing these gifts of God to the local church and throughout the world.”
Host, The Joy of Music Television Series
The Diane Bish Center for Music and the Arts seeks to reach the culture through concerts, symposiums, workshops, and video content highlighting the influence of Christianity on music and the arts.
Church Music Explosion is a workshop committed to excellence in worship, church music education and performance, fulfilling the church motto of “Excellence in All Things and All Things to God’s Glory”!
Private and group lessons will be offered to help equip and train Christians to use their gifts in music and the arts to shape culture for the Kingdom.
Meet the director
Lisa is a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J. studying organ with Robert Carwithen and conducting with Joseph Flummerfelt. She has performed on the organ at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center as well as playing the organ for the international television program, the Coral Ridge Hour. Her choirs have consistently won Superior awards in National Competitions and have sung at Carnegie Hall in New York City and the Kennedy Center in Washington as well as famous European cathedrals in Vienna, Salzburg, Rome and Venice. Lisa is married to John L. Wilson, and together have produced a CD of piano-organ duets. John and Lisa have three children and seven grandchildren.