The East Carolina Musical Arts Education Foundation, or “ECMAEF”, was formed in 1998 to encourage and support collaborative ventures between St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the East Carolina University School of Music, and the City of Greenville North Carolina. It focused on the C. B. Fisk pipe organ opus 126 and concert space at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. ECMAEF was created as a non-profit corporation to develop musical projects, including concerts and educational workshops, to enrich the cultural offerings in Eastern North Carolina available to a broad diversity of audiences, and to encourage continued interest in and performance of organ and choral music. The board of directors of ECMAEF is composed of representatives from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Carolina University, the City of Greenville, and members of the arts community beyond Greenville who strongly believe in and support this effort. The continuation of the work of ECMAEF is dependent upon contributions from individuals who attend our concerts and who support our mission. All contributions are tax-deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.