Wally Brath, M.A. Ethnomusicology
Assistant Professor of Worship Arts
Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Master of Arts in Ethnomusicology, Liberty University
Society of Ethnomusicologists (SEM), International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE)
Through teaching worship leading, and song writing, Professor Brath desires to skillfully combine biblical truth with music to magnify the worth of God and the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, thereby motivating the gathered church to join him in proclaiming and cherishing the truth about God anseeking to live all of life for the glory of God. After receiving a BA in music from the University of Cincinnati (OH), and theological training at Northern Baptist Seminary in Lombard, ILL, Professor Brath served for 8 years as a worship pastor in the Chicago area before moving to Minneapolis and joining Bethlehem Baptist Church. During his 2 ½ years at BBC, Professor Brath was compelled by God’s heart for the nations and a vision for church planting to join a team from BBC to plant All Nations Christian Fellowship in March of 2006 where he served as Worship Pastor. He finished a Master’s Degree in Ethnomusicology from Liberty University in the spring of 2013 and accepted a position at Crown College as Assistant Professor of Worship Arts in the fall of 2013. Professor Brath is a member of both the Society of Ethnomusicologists (SEM) and the International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE). He frequently travels overseas to teach on biblical worship and music.