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2022 AIO CONVENTION – ATLANTIC CITY

Published on October 7, 2022The 2022 AIO convention in Atlantic city featuring organs in the Atlantic City and Philadelphia area. Organs to be visited include the Midmer-Losh organ in Boardwalk Hall, the largest organ in the world. Chamber tours, performances, and lectures will feature this landmark instrument as well as the Kimball organ. Side trips include a visit to Philadelphia and the other “largest organ”, the Wanamaker organ.

Basilica of Saint Adalbert, Grand Rapids, Mi
Inaugural Organ Recital

Published on September 30, 2022Inaugural Organ Recital - Tuesday, October 4, 2022 At 7:00pm.
Basilica organist Dr. Peter Kurdziel will highlight the grandeur and color of the newly restored pipe organ with organ music by Bach (including “the Phantom of the Opera”) and Widor. He will also play variations on a Polish Hymn that is attributed to Saint Adalbert, written by Nick Palmer.

Opus 46 St George’s Episcopal Church
Germantown, TN
Dedicatory Concert

Published on September 21, 2022Dedicatory Concert Date: Oct 2nd, 2022 - 3:00 pm by renowned organist, Cherry Rhodes.

Opus 53 St. James Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge, LA. to be the cover feature article…

Published on July 12, 2022Opus 53 St. James Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge, LA. to be the cover feature article for the September issue of The American Organist Magazine. The American Organist Magazine (TAO) is published monthly by the American Guild of Organists (AGO), and is the most widely read journal devoted to organ and choral music in the world. It is the official journal of the American Guild of Organists and the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America.

“An experience you must feel as much as you hear”

Published on June 23, 2022Thank you Jenna Watson for the article and video about our company and history published by the IndyStar.

Opus 46 St George’s Episcopal Church
Germantown, TN
Facade Installation

Published on June 13, 2022We have begun the on-site installation of the two Facade cases and the addition of additional stops to the organ...