Director of Music
Chris Crook joined the staff of St. Andrew in 1998. His responsibilities include the administration of the music staff, planning and leading worship and directing the youth and adult choirs. Under Chris' leadership, the St. Andrew Chancel Choir has performed annual major works at home and abroad. Outside of its own beautiful and acoustically superior Sanctuary/Concert Hall, the choir has performed in Carnegie Hall, the Meyerson Symphony Center and in Bern, Switzerland as a part of the International Church Music Festival. Chris received degrees in voice, organ and choral conducting from Mississippi College and Baylor University. He is an active member and clinician with American Choral Directors Association, Texas Choral Directors Association and Choristers Guild and has led music camps for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Prior to this position at St. Andrew, Chris served several churches in Mississippi and Texas.
Associate Director of Music
Terry Metzger is Director of Instrumental Music, and has performed as conductor and pianist throughout the U.S. as well as in Austria, Canada, and China. This well-rounded musician holds degrees in Trumpet Performance from Ithaca College and Orchestral Conducting from Southern Methodist University and studied voice with Madeline Sanders of Dallas. Terry is also in demand as a vocal coach, accompanist, and piano teacher. A church musician since he was 14, Terry has been at St. Andrew since 1994. When not working Terry spends as much time as possible with his wife and best friend, Simone.
Bradley Reznicek joined the staff of St. Andrew in the summer of 2002. He received the Bachelor of Music degree in Organ and Church Music from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas in May 2000, and received the Master of Music degree in Organ from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas in December 2004. His professors included Dr. John Campbell and Dr. Albert L. Travis, respectively. In addition to his responsibilities as organist, he is curator of the 77-rank Létourneau organ installed in May 2003 in the St. Andrew sanctuary, directs the Celebration Bells handbell choir, teaches organ and is Financial Director of the St. Andrew Academy of Music. He is a member of the Dallas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, Texas Choral Directors Association, and The Hymn Society.