“When she sings, angels come to listen.”
This statement holds true for Whitney, who sings her heart out with her enigmatic and ethereal voice. After the release of her singles “O God Beyond All Praising” and “Come Down, O Love Divine,” she was labeled as “The Singing Organist.”
Her debut album, “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling,” was just released on October 29, 2021. It is a collection of beautiful classic hymns accompanied by the pipe organ. Whitney hopes that this album will help listeners around the world to better appreciate these beautiful hymns that bring glory to God.
Though she has been singing for most of her life, Whitney learned to play the pipe organ as a young adult. The sacred music she records covers many centuries—from medieval Gregorian chant and early music, to classical sacred arias, to beloved traditional hymns. Whitney accompanies her vocals not only on the pipe organ, but also with acoustic guitar and piano. She hopes to learn how to play many more instruments in the years to come.
In addition to being a recording artist, Whitney dedicates much of her time as organist and cantor at her local parish. She loves being able to lead the congregation in song at weekend Masses, as well as providing music for funerals and weddings.
She also gives lessons to children and adults in piano, guitar, and voice. She believes in spreading joy, and by teaching music, she is helping many others to discover the same joy in music.
Similarly, she adds joy and harmony to people’s lives with her angelic voice. If you feel down or low, Whitney’s voice will bring you back from the depths. She has seen how music impacted her life, and she wants to do the same for her listeners.
Whitney and her husband, Luke, are proud parents of two beautiful boys. She homeschools her sons and aspires to raise them to be good Christian men who make the world a better place.
Whitney loves bringing inspiring music to a world that so desperately needs to find hope. She has discovered that sacred music carries the message of Christ’s love and peace in a way that nothing else can, and she is so grateful to be able to share her music with people all over the world.