The AGO is dedicated to ensuring another generation of musicians and enthusiasts of organ and choral music. The Guild has programs, both on the local and national levels, that span every age group and level of proficiency.
Committee on The New Organist
Nicole Marane, DMA, Director
Peachtree Road United Methodist Church
3180 Peachtree Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
678-429-7585 (Cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
Frederick T. Teardo, D.M.A.
Director of Music and Organist
Cathedral Church of the Advent
2017 Sixth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Office: (205) 226-3506 email@example.com
Andrew Peters, MM Second Presbyterian Church
4501 Westminster Place
St. Louis, MO 63108
314-367-0367 (W) firstname.lastname@example.org
On any given week, AGO chapters sponsor myriad activities of interest to potential or new organists. To find out about scholarships, educational programs, organ crawls, in-school or in-church presentations, field trips to organbuilders and special installations, day or weekend seminars, recitals or other local activities, contact the AGO Chapter Dean nearest to you.
NPR | From the Top Radio Program Abilene, Texas
Recorded: Tuesday, November 16, 2010
This week, our show in Abilene, Texas proves that the pipe organ isn't just for church anymore as two of the best teenage organists in America play 20th and 21st century concert music. Also, a 16-year old cellist plays Tchaikovsky, and we'll meet a 12-year-old pianist from here in Abilene and get a glimpse inside her worry box. Listen now