Adam P. Koch received formal training in music at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. While still a student at Moravian, Adam was appointed to serve as the college choir accompanist and college organist, a post he held for six years. In addition to study at Moravian, Adam was a student of concert organist Stephen Hamilton while concurrently serving as Dr. Hamilton's Assistant Organist and Choirmaster at The Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) in Manhattan. Adam has also participated in master-classes led by organists Marie-Claire Alain and John Weaver as well as choral conducting master classes led by Dennis Keene and James Jordan.
Adam has served as the accompanist of the Lehigh Valley Gay Men's Chorus and several years later was appointed to the position of Artistic Director and Conductor. In addition to work with the LVGMC, Adam co-founded and directed the Bethlehem Festival Chorus and Orchestra and has served in the capacity of Director of Music for churches in the Lehigh Valley, PA and Baltimore area.
As a solo organist and accompanist, Adam has had the opportunity to perform throughout the United States, the United States Virgin Islands, and parts of Europe. Adam was invited to perform at the Church of the Holy Family, the Roman Catholic Parish of the United Nations, and Central Synagogue in Manhattan, as well as to record Bach'sToccata and Fugue in D Minor for the Emmy award-winning PBS documentary "Make a Joyful Noise: The Bach Choir of Bethlehem." Adam has also recorded the Christmas Vespers Service with the Moravian College Choir for broadcast on the Pennsylvania Cable Network. Adam currently serves as the Organist at Timonium United Methodist in Timonium, Maryland.
Adam, his husband Matthew, and their adopted greyhound Canon, currently reside in downtown Baltimore.