|Short Name:||Godwin Sadoh|
|Full Name:||Sadoh, Godwin|
Godwin Sadoh 1965-
Nigerian Composer and Ethnomusicologist, Godwin Sadoh, Nigerian composer-ethnomusicologist, organist, pianist and choir director Dr. Godwin Sadoh was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He holds the Bachelor of Arts degree in piano performance composition from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria, the Master of Arts degree in ethnomusicology from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a Master of Music degree in organ performance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Godwin Sadoh received his Doctorate of Musical Arts in organ performance and composition from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, where he studied composition with Dinos Constantinides and church music with Quentin Faulkner.
Dr. Sadoh authored numerous scholarly articles on modern African art music, organ building, church music, as well as organist-composers in Nigeria appearing in publications such as The Organ, The Hymn, ComposerUSA, Living Music, Twentieth Century Music and Organ Encyclopedia. He has performed throughout Nigeria and the United States as a recitalist, accompanist, and choral director as well as founding the critically acclaimed Ile-Ife Choral Society and the Golden Bells Choral Group in Nigeria.