About Robert Eyer Jr.
Bob started taking lessons at an early age and began giving concerts at the age of eight. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education and a Master of Arts degree in organ performance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He studied with Dr. Carol Teti. Eyer made a career of teaching music in the public schools and as a church musician. He retired from the Chambersburg Senior High School in 2012. During his time at the high school, Eyer served as Director of Choral Music and taught Music Theory, Music History, Ear Training, and also directed the 175 voice Glee Club. He continues as Director of Music at Trinity Lutheran Church, Chambersburg as organist and senior choir director.
Bob has played many famous organs including Oakland Paramount, San Francisco Fox, Radio City Music Hall and Atlantic City Convention Hall (the largest organ in the world). He is known in the tri-state area for his church and theatre organ stylings. He is the in-house organist at the Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg. He has a 3 manual, 12 rank Moller theatre pipe organ in his home studio and hopes to spend more time making additions now that he is retired. He is a native of Chambersburg, is married to Francie and has three adult children. He also has four grandchildren.