We wish you Peace this season!
Most of us are into Advent, one of the busiest times of year for church musicians. Many congregations have elaborate services scheduled during the time many organists would normally be home, tucked in their beds. It’s easy to feel a little bleary-eyed and stressed during this season. We can’t help you with the stress of your schedule, but we can give you peace of mind, knowing your pipe organ won’t stage a coup mid-Christmas Carol.
If you haven’t already called us for service, put that at the top of your Christmas list. Our crew would love to stop by and spruce up your instrument. Call us soon, so we can get you scheduled. Christmas is coming quickly!
You can all us (toll free) at 800-382-4225 or 402-420-7662 or you can send us a message from our service page.
We are having an Open House on Saturday, January 11, 2014, from 1:00 to 5:00 PM. We are celebrating the transplantation of our Opus 28 from Dahlgren Chapel on the Georgetown University campus to Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Cleveland, Ohio.
Pipe organs are designed to last a hundred years or longer. Occassionally, that means the instrument needs to find a new home. Sometimes a congregation outgrows a pipe organ, and sadly some churches close. Whatever the reason, these are the times a fine instrument needs to be rescued. We removed Opus 28 from the Georgetown campus and brought it to our shop in Lincoln. We have cleaned and checked each part of the instrument and will ship it off to Cleveland after the party.
Come celebrate with us! Until then, follow the Opus 28 transplantation on Facebook and Twitter!