Since 2010, Organist and Choirmaster Charlie Sega has served as principal organist and director of the Atonement choir, Schola, and the St Cecilia Choir. During his tenure, the Atonement choir has performed over 25 orchestral masses.The three choirs keep an active repertoire of over 65 choral masses and hundreds of motets. He started the parish's voluntary choir (St Cecilia) which has now grown to nearly 30 members and sings Evensong twice a month.
Active as a choral singer, he is a member of the Schola Laudis at Monastery of the Holy Cross and Schola Immaculata in Chicago. He began organ studies in high school and continued his education at Wheaton College (B.M.) and the University of Minnesota (M.M. Organ performance). Prior to his appointment at Atonement, he was Minister of Music at St David's Episcopal Church, Glenview, IL, and Organ Scholar at Southwell Minster, England. While in England, he was also Assistant Conductor and Organist for the Cranmer Company of Singers where he did residencies in the Cathedrals of Wells, Chester, Ely, Winchester and at Belvoir Castle.