Pittsburgh Compline Choir

Introducing Sam Sesti

New this year to the Compline bass section is Sam Sesti. Sam is also a member of the Board of the Lutheran Campus Ministry of Greater Pittsburgh.

He grew up about 6 miles down the Ohio from the Pittsburgh’s Point in Avalon, PA and still resides there! Sam makes his living as a Special Education Teacher. He is also a volunteer leader in for the Boy Scouts. In addition to singing, Sam’s hobbies include camping, kayaking, volleyball, and spending time with friends and family.

Sam has been deeply involved in music since childhood. He has been a singer and a percussionist since the 4th grade. As a percussionist he was a member of the concert band, jazz band, and marching band from middle/high school through college. Sam’s favorite percussion instruments are the timpani, drum set for jazz music, and the djembe! Sam was also a member of the concert choir throughout high school and college. In fact, Sam has even performed twice at Heinz Hall with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. But perhaps his highest achievement was his 12,000 foot skydive in Queenstown, New Zealand!