The National Convention of the American Guild of Organists is held biennially in even-numbered years and reflects the diverse aspects of the Guild and its official work across the country. Held as a function of the national organization in partnership with a selected chapter, it represents a coalition between the national leadership and the host chapter’s leadership. This joint venture combines the talents and creative strengths of each, and represents the larger vision of the whole membership and its needs.
AGO Covid Policy (Approved by AGO National Council Nov. 5, 2021)
All AGO events (chapter, regional and national) must follow the COVID policies/rules in place in the state and county where the event takes place, and any additional mandates of any facilities being used. AGO leaders, may, at their discretion, enforce stricter policies than those of the state/county in which the AGO event takes place.
San Francisco, California, June 30-July 4, 2024
(hosted by San Francisco and Palo Alto Chapters)
Convention Coordinator: Matthew Burt
Recent National Conventions
Seattle, Washington, July 3-7, 2022
Convention Coordinator: Michael Monnikendam
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
4805 N.E. 45th St.
Seattle, WA 98105
Atlanta, Georgia, July 6-10 (Cancelled due to Coronavirus)
Convention Coordinator: Nicole Marane
Kansas City, July 2-6, 2018
Convention Coordinator: Lynn Bratney
Convention Media Kit for Print and Digital Advertisers
This episode of Pipedreams features music performed on some of the most important organs in and around Kansas City, Missouri. Whet your appetite by listening to the great performances on Pipedreams, then register for the convention if you have not done so already and enjoy hearing the same instruments in the rooms for which they were built.
Here is a great article from The Independent, Kansas City’s Journal of Society: Pipes All Around: International Musicians to Descend on KC
Houston, June 19–23, 2016
Convention Coordinator: Rhonda Furr
A Creative Partnership: Guidelines for National Conventions
(Revised 2018; updated through January 24, 2022)