POE for ages 13–18
An introduction to the pipe organ through instruction in organ playing, repertoire, history, design, and construction. These regional summer music institutes for teenage students provide private and group instruction in service playing and solo repertoire, opportunities to learn about the musical heritage of various religious denominations, and a chance for young musicians to meet others with similar interests. Piano or organ proficiency ranging from intermediate to advanced is required.
POE+ for adults
June 25–30 San Antonio, Texas.
Practical information and instruction for adult keyboard musicians interested in improving their service-playing skills.
Participants will be introduced to basic organ skills through private instruction and classes. The weeklong experience
will lead to greater confidence and competence at the organ.
Apply to attend here.
POE (Advanced) for grades 9–12
June 25–30 Birmingham, Alabama
July 23–28 Seattle, Washington
Intermediate to advanced classes in areas such as organ literature, history, pipe organ construction and design, music theory,
improvisation, conducting, and service playing for students who have achieved a high level of success in organ study.
POE (Technical) for ages 16–23
July 9–14 Berkeley Lake, Georgia
for students who are interested in learning the art and craft of organ building. The event is hosted in the workshop of an organ builder working in
cooperation with a local AGO chapter.
Apply to attend.
Scholarship assistance is available – apply for a POE(Technical) scholarship.