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Join us for our Spring Concert
Sunday, June 10, 2023 at 4:00 pm

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Announcing our new collaborative pianist, Aaron Shows!





















Welcome to our newest addition to the Arroyo Singers, our amazing and talented accompanist, Aaron Shows. You'll be seeing him in June, at our Spring concert!

Aaron Shows (b.1989) is a Los Angeles-based composer, organist, and pianist originally from Montgomery, Alabama. With a musical background spanning over 25 years, his influences draw from many centuries and styles, from the traditional Baroque era through contemporary genres such as jazz, folk/bluegrass, rock, and also with a particular interest in the evolving forms of film and television music. His original compositions are often performed and well-received across the United States and Europe, and he continues to compose for mediums including film/TV, concert music, and sacred settings. In January of this year, he released his first instrumental album, "Pipewave", blending the retro sounds of 1980's synthesizers with an acoustic pipe organ of over 3,000 pipes! Additionally, his solo organ compositions are published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

As an organist, his performances often bridge the traditional and modern, and since 2016, he has served as organist at First United Methodist Church of Pasadena. He is also an active accompanist for local middle and high school choral programs, and serves as an adjunct faculty member at Glendale Community College, both as an accompanist and instructor of organ and composition. His organ and piano playing can be heard in Hollywood films, most recently in "The Addams Family" (MGM, 2019), "The Addams Family 2" (MGM, 2021), and "It's a Wonderful Binge" (Hulu, 2022).

Aaron holds an MFA in Film Music Composition from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, North Carolina), and a BFA in Church Music from Shenandoah University (Winchester, Virginia).

For more information, and to catch his weekly livestream broadcasts (Sundays at 5 pm PST), follow Aaron on YouTube ( Shows), Facebook (, and Instagram (@AaronShowsMusic). To hear recordings of his music, visit, as well as on your favorite music-streaming platforms.

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