Seipp / Sheets Duo

Engaging ~ Innovative ~ Entertaining ~ Virtuosic ~ Diverse

 A Unique Concert Blend Of Music And Video

The Seipp/Sheets Trumpet & Organ Duo is unlike any ensemble performing today. Custom musical arrangements of virtuoso, beautiful, entertaining, humorous and patriotic selections enhance the exquisite blend of their instruments. Coupled visually with specialized videos, Seipp and Sheets craft a unique and engaging concert experience for all ages, creating extraordinary connection with their audiences. The duo’s thoughtful programming, artistic arrangements and powerful, innovative and interactive video presentations make the Seipp/Sheets Duo today’s musicians to watch.

Trumpeter Chuck Seipp and organist Randall Sheets are two performers at the top of their craft. Both are high-profile musicians in their own right. Dr. Sheets is Ceremonial Organist for Arlington National Cemetery (retired), and Dr. Seipp is Sergeant Major (retired) from The United States Army Band, “Pershing’s Own” in Washington, DC.  For the past several seasons, the Seipp/Sheets Duo has performed as many as 25 programs yearly to enthusiastic audiences across America for church concert series, universities, organ guild chapters and were featured at the prestigious Piccolo Spoleto Organ Festival, the Southeast Region American Guild of Organists Convention, and featured on the “Pipedreams” National Radio Broadcast. In addition to the music they produce, Chuck and Randall regularly commission new arrangements, compositions and videos.

We hope you consider hosting The Seipp/Sheets Duo for a future program and we look forward to speaking with you about the possibility of joining your community for a concert.

Chuck Seipp
Randall Sheets


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See us live on our archived performance at the Franciscan Monastery in Washington DC.