Opus R-500 Installation Photos
Visit our Facebook page to see progress photos of our Opus R-500 at St. John's Seminary.
Thursday Noon Recital Series
Andover Opus R-345
Christ Episcopal Church, 2nd & High Street, Charlottesville, presents a series of five free Noon recitals by five distinguished organists on the Five Thursdays in October. The organ is an 1869 E. & G.G. Hook, Opus 472, which we rebuilt, enlarged and relocated to Christ Church in 2012 as our Opus R-345. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.
Organ Benefit Concert
Holy Cross Cathedral
Sunday, Oct. 25, at 2:00 PM
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1400 Washington Street, Boston, presents five Boston area organists in concert to benefit the ongoing restoration of the cathedral's historic 1875 E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings, Opus 801. Suggested Donation: $15 general, $10 students, senoirs and AGO members. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.
1892 Woodberry & Harris
Organ Restoration - Charlestown, MA
Click here to read the Charlestown Patch article about our current restoration of the historic 3m Woodberry & Harris organ at St. Mary - St. Catherine of Sienna Parish in Charlestown.
Opus R-500 Premiere
St. John's Seminary
Nov. 1, at 3:00 PM
Opus R-500, our rebuild and enlargement (III/34) of the 1902 Hook & Hastings (Opus 1833) at St. John's Seminary, will be premiered in a Choir and Organ Commemoration of the Faithful Departed on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015, at 3:00 PM. Special guests David Woodcock, conductor and Jan Coxwell, soprano, will join organist Janet Hunt and a festival choir in a concert including works by Howells, Brahms, Dvorak and Duruflé in honor of All Souls Month. The seminary is located at 127 Lake Street, Brighton, MA.
In 2013 we restored the 1895 (II/9) Hutchings organ at First Parish Church of Stow and Acton in Stow, MA. A church member made a stop-action video of Jonathan Ross and Andrew Hagberg reinstalling the pipework. Click here to see the video.
Two Large Organs For Sale
Two large, very fine two-manual organs are now for sale: an 1859 E. & G. G. Hook, Opus 244, with 25 stops (30 ranks); and an 1874 Johnson & Son, Opus 440, with 23 stops (28 ranks). Both instruments date from the golden age of their respective builders. Further details are available in our Organs For Sale section.