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The Organ Historical Society has announced a newly translated color edition of the book, Arp Schnitger and his Work, by Cornelius H. Edskes and... more
Vincent Dubois has been appointed titular organist of the Great Organ at Notre-Dame de Paris. He succeeds Jean-Pierre Leguay, who has been appointed... more
Wolfgang Rübsam recently completed two international concert tours. In December, he performed in St. Rita Catholic Church, Turin, Italy, Luxembourg... more
Dutch organist, composer, and conductor Jacques van Oortmerssen died November 21, 2015. He was 65. Born in 1950 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, he... more
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians is accepting applications for its academic scholarships program for the 2016–17 academic year. One-... more
The Organ Historical Society Library and Archives has acquired the organbuilding documents of Gerhard Brunzema (1927–92), which Brunzema’s family has... more
Schoenstein & Co. is building a new organ of 23 voices, 25 ranks for First Presbyterian Church of Monterey, California. The instrument will... more
In December 2015, Casavant Frères completed a new three-manual organ in the French symphonic style for the Jack H. Miller Center for... more
Jonathan Ryan is featured on a new compact disc, Influences, on the Acis label, recorded on the 1912 Stahlhuth/2002 Jann organ (IV/94) at... more
Joan Lippincott has recorded J.S. Bach’s Orgelbüchlein on the Fritts organ, Opus 20 (2000), at Princeton Theological Seminary,... more
Pierre Queval, a recent graduate of the master’s program at the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP), has been named the 2015–16 Young Artist in Residence... more
Katelyn Emerson made her Russian performance debut in Krasnoyarsk in two solo performances in the VIII International Festival “The Organ Universe” on... more
The fifth Grand Prix Bach de Lausanne, Switzerland, an international organ competition held as part of the 18th Lausanne Bach Festival, was held... more
During its 20th-anniversary year, Houston Chamber Choir has won the 2015 American Prize in Choral Performance. The choir’s founder and artistic... more
The Royaumont Organ Academy of France is accepting applications for its 2016 conference, to be held July 10–14 at the Royal Chapel at Versailles... more
The Opus 327 foundation of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Evanston, Illinois, presents Stephen Tharp playing Petr Eben’s Faust with readings selected... more
The 12th International Organ Competition of Biarritz, sponsored by the Academie André Marchal, was held October 20–24 in Biarritz, France, with 17... more
The Association of Anglican Musicians’ (AAM) Internship Committee is accepting applications for the second season of its full-time internship program... more
The University of Minnesota has selected Foley-Baker, Inc. of Tolland, Connecticut, to remove and recondition its Aeolian-Skinner organ, Opus 892.... more
Marble Collegiate Church, New York City, continues its music series, featuring the new Sebastian M. Glück pipe organ. The Marble Lunchtime Organ... more
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