Dr. Neil Harmon
Dr. Neil Harmon joined the organ faculty at Brigham Young University in September 2018. Prior to his move to BYU he served as Organist and Director of Music at Grace United Methodist Church in Wilmington, Delaware for 19 years. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree from BYU and Masters and Doctoral degrees from The Eastman School of Music. A widely published composer, Dr. Harmon is known throughout the country for his creative and accessible handbell, choral, and organ compositions.
Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Yevgeniya Jaynes graduated with her BM and MM in organ performance from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, studying with Don Cook and Douglas Bush. She also completed 3 semesters of doctoral studies at Indiana University where she studied with Chris Young.
Yevgeniya is an adjunct faculty member in the organ department at Brigham Young University, as well as an organ teacher in her community. She performs on a regular basis as a guest organist in the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
Yevgeniya, her husband Justin, and their 3 children reside in Springville, Utah.
Kimberly Moody received her Bachelor and Master’s degree in Organ Performance and Pedagogy from Brigham Young University, studying under Dr. Parley Belnap and Dr. Don Cook. Currently she performs as a Tabernacle guest organist in Salt Lake City. As a mother of five children Kimberly stays active performing and teaching private and group lessons. She has a studio of organ and piano students. Kimberly was born and raised in San Luis Obispo, California, and is the daughter of Elmo and Betty Keller. She and her husband, Jonathan, reside in Kaysville, Utah with their five children, Michael, Makayla, Megan, Wyatt and Hannah.