Matthew Zembrowski – Milwaukee Pianist

Matt Zembrowski started playing piano at age 7 when he would sit at his grandmothers old upright and make up tunes on the spot, which would later lead to him study music and theater at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Since that time, Matt has played countless church services for nearly every Christian denomination, and presently serves as Director of Liturgy and Music at Cardinal Stritch University. He has also served as Music Director for nearly a dozen area theatrical productions, including the 2008 production of “A Cudahy Caroler Christmas” with In Tandem Theatre, and “Sunsets and S’mores” with American Folklore Theatre in Door County. A uniquely talented performer who is equally at home “on the boards” as he is at the keyboard, Matt has also appeared on stage in over 20 local productions, including playing Mitch Albom in “Tuesdays With Morrie” at Soulstice Theatre last season. In fall, Matt will be releasing his first CD, “An Old-Fashioned Romance”, featuring six original songs. Matt also served as host of The Second Sunday @ Seven Show, a popular Milwaukee performing arts showcase at In Tandem last season. Matt is well versed in contemporary Broadway, popular and worship music, as well as classic showtunes and standards, and is available to play and lead music for a variety of services, shows, and other functions.

phone: 414.526.1722
email: mjz6984@gmail.com

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  1. I saw your father today at Menards. It reminded me of you. I stopped going to the 6:15 Mass at St. Francis because of my work schedule. While I loved attending the 8:30 Gospel music Mass, I can’t do that anymore either. For the past year and a half I’ve been serving as organist at a Methodist Church. I get to St. Francis when I can. I understand you’re playing now at St. Robert’s. How’s that going? Wealthy employers can be very difficult! If you ever need a substitute, I’m available every other weekend, with the exception of the 10:00 AM service I play for the Methodists. If you want help with organ playing, repertoire, etc., let me know.

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