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Dwight Andrews, 1977 M.Div., 1993 M.Phil., 1993 Ph.D.
Dwight Andrews, a noted preacher and musician, is Associate Professor of Music Theory and African American Music at Emory University and Senior Minister of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Atlanta, a church founded in 1867 by ex-slaves with help from missionaries from New Haven. Andrews was the pastor of the Black Church at Yale for 10 years and served on the faculties of the Yale Music Department and the Yale Afro-American Studies program. Among his many music credits, Andrews provided the music direction for the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of Raisin in the Sun. His work has been presented at professional theatres throughout the United States and Great Britain.