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A new two-CD set, The Britannic Organ Vol. 6, recorded on the Welte organ of the ship Britannic, has been released on the Oehms Classics label (OC... more
Dobson Pipe Organ Builders has completed Opus 91 for Merton College. Commissioned in celebration of Merton’s 750th anniversary, the organ finds its... more
Paul Jacobs has been appointed to lead the Organ Institute at the Oregon Bach Festival. The newly created institute, scheduled for June 30–July 5,... more
Dean Billmeyer, professor of organ and harpsichord at the University of Minnesota, gave two concert tours of Germany and Austria this past fall,... more
Andrew Scanlon is featured on a new recording, Solemn and Celebratory, on the Raven label. The CD was recorded on the 2005 C. B. Fisk Opus 126 three-... more
Clyde Holloway died December 18, 2013, in Houston, Texas. He was 77 years old. The Herbert S. Autrey Professor Emeritus of Organ at Rice University’s... more
Phares L. Steiner died in Louisville, Kentucky, on September 14, 2013 at age 85. Born in Lima, Ohio, Steiner earned a bachelor’s degree in organ at... more
Patrick Quigley, 63, of Wirtz, Virginia, died on January 14. Born on December 29, 1950 in Esh Winning, England, Quigley served as apprentice and... more
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presents Handel, Rheinberger, Brossé  January 19 in Verizon Hall, featuring Chamber Orchestra... more
McGill University presents a concert in honor of Hellmuth Wolff (1937–2013), builder of the McGill University Organ.  Performers include... more
 On Sunday, February 2, 2014, the Orgelpark in Amsterdam will present a “Composer’s Portrait” of Piet Kee. Colleagues and... more
 Anthony Newman completed three major projects in 2013. Earlier this year, 903 Records released Newman’s Complete Collected Organ Works of... more
Johannus Organs of Texas recently installed an Ecclesia D-570 church organ in the First United Methodist Church in Round Rock, Texas. The Ecclesia D-... more
The final event in the Thirteenth National Organ-playing Competition sponsored by the Ruth and Clarence Mader Memorial Scholarship Fund was held on... more
The National Conference for Sacred Music will be held January 8–10, 2014, in Naples, Florida. The conference will include ideas on how to use social... more
The Church Music Association of America Winter Chant Intensive will be held January 3–4, 2014, at St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church in Surprise,... more
Christoph Bull has been appointed organist-in-residence at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles. He presented a solo organ concert there... more
Jonathan Dimmock toured in Europe, playing nine recitals in five countries. Upon his return to the U.S., he accompanied the Santa Fe Desert Chorale,... more
David Jonies played recitals this spring and summer at St. Josef in Bonn, Germany; Muskegon, Michigan; the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist,... more
Joe Utterback completed a commission by Thomas Marshall—faculty member at the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, and organist of... more