Thomas Hohstadt
Dr. Thomas Hohstadt has achieved recognition in several fields: international symphony conductor, author, lecturer, recording artist, composer, and soloist. A Fulbright scholar, he holds four advanced degrees from the Eastman School of Music and the Vienna Akademie fur Musik. A twenty-eight-year conducting career includes positions with the Eastman School of Music; the Honolulu, Amarillo, and Midland-Odessa Symphonies; and guest appearances in eight nations. During this time, Hohstadt also authored three award-winning books and twenty-eight articles. A devoted Christian and instructor at the International Worship Institute, he opens new visions of empowered worship through the theology of creativity and prophetic metaphor. In his book, Dying to Live, Hohstadt combines scholarly skills and prescient insight to explore the new Church of the Digital Age. And in I Felt God...I Think, he cracks the conspiracy of natural emotion posing as spirituality.

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