Jeffrey Brillhart has performed throughout the United States, South America, South Africa, Mexico and Europe as conductor and organist and is known for his musical versatility. He was awarded first place at the American Guild of Organists National Competition in Organ Improvisation in 1994. In October 2016, he was awarded the Elaine Brown Prize for Choral Excellence by the ACDA-PA. Mr. Brillhart is director of music and fine arts at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, and he is also Music and Artistic Director of Philadelphia’s acclaimed Singing City Choir, one of the first integrated community choirs in the United States. Under his direction, his choral ensembles have performed with the Kronos Quartet, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Symphony in C, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Bobbie McFerrin, Dave Brubeck, Helmuth Rilling, and Rossen Milanov, and on concert tours to internationally. He is a regular guest conductor The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia’s concert series in Kimmel Center. His textbook's "Breaking Free: Finding a Personal Language for Organ Improvisation through 20th century French Improvisation Techniques" and "A World of Possibilities: Master Lessons in Improvisation" are widely used in universities and conservatories in the United States and Europe.