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A three-manual, 14-rank instrument was completed by Randall Dyer & Associates, Inc., of Jefferson City, Tennessee, in time for the beginning of... more
East Carolina University hosted Jon Gillock for a short residency September 30 to October 3. Dr. Gillock taught a masterclass, presented a lecture on... more
Marianne Webb, 77, of Carbondale, Illinois died December 7, 2013 at Parkway Manor, Marion, Illinois from metastatic breast cancer which she had for... more
Gloriae Dei Cantores continues their 25th anniversary concert season at the Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans, Massachusetts: December 6 and 7,... more
James Kibbie continues his annual holiday tradition of offering free downloads of a recording on his house organ, a 7-stop Létourneau tracker, as an... more
The Houston Chamber Choir presents holiday concerts: December 7, Messiah, with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, 7:30 p.m. at the Church of St. John... more
Christmas with Cornils, A Kotzschmar Christmas will be in two locations this December. While the Kotzschmar Organ is out for renovation, Christmas... more
Jonathan Young has been appointed to the tonal department of John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders as Associate to Tonal Director Brian Davis. Young... more
Stuart Forster announces the publication of his book Hymn Playing: A Modern Colloquium, available from MorningStar Music Publishers at www.... more
Tom Trenney, Minister of Music of First-Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, led the Plymouth Choir, Plymouth Brass and Plymouth... more
Chauncey Park Press has published Organs of Oberlin, by Stephen J. Schnurr, Jr. The book traces the history of the pipe organs at the Oberlin... more
Hellmuth Wolff, Canadian organ builder, died November 20, 2013, after a brief illness. He was 76 years old. (In the 2005 photo, Wolff is seated, with... more
  Organist, conductor, and composer Massimo Nosetti died November 12 of cancer. He was 53. Born in Alessandria, he was titular organist of... more
Since the appearance of his original Nordic Journey double-CD, released by Pro Organo in 2010 (CD 7239, recorded in Sweden at Linköping Cathedral),... more
Lawrence Henry Moe, University of California-Berkeley Professor of Music and University Organist Emeritus, died in Oakland on September 14, at the... more
James Richard Morris, organist-in-residence since 1994 of Clayton State University’s Spivey Hall, passed away on September 12, of injuries sustained... more
The OHS Press announces a subscription for Rollin Smith’s book, Pipe Organs of the Rich and Famous. Begun as a series of articles in The American... more
East Carolina University hosted Jon Gillock for a short residency September 30 to October 3. Dr. Gillock taught a masterclass, presented a lecture on... more
The University of California at Berkeley Music Department announces a new concert organ in Hertz Hall. The instrument has three manuals and... more
Sacred Music in a Sacred Space presents Mary Preston on the N.P. Mander Organ November 17 at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York City.... more