Kalei­do­scope of Colors

5 Sundays in August

Reserve your Program Book

NOW AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER FOR $28, this is the com­plete Pro­gram Book for Sum­mer 2021’s KALEIDOSCOPE OF COLORS, a vir­tu­al Con­ven­tion over five Sun­days in August that will each fea­ture three instru­ments — a total of 15 pipe organs across the USA. Book will include full-col­or pho­tos, well-researched essays on each instru­ment, per­form­ers’ biogra­phies as well their com­plete, imag­i­na­tive pro­grams designed for each instru­ment, and infor­ma­tion cov­er­ing three cen­turies of pipe organ build­ing in the USA. Order before June 1, and you’ll receive free First Class mail­ing. After June 1, the book price will be $35.00 — ORDER NOW!

Expect­ed release date is 7/​1/​2021

This event is FREE TO ALL.

Please consider making a donation.

Fes­ti­val Donation

Please support our Festival!

Kalei­do­scope of Col­ors will fea­ture pipe organs span­ning three cen­turies of builders, from across 14 states in the USA, played by a diverse group of organ­ists. Join us each Sun­day night in August for vir­tu­al organ recitals of glo­ri­ous music in venues that could not all be vis­it­ed in one night.

Please con­sid­er donat­ing; your gift will go direct­ly towards sup­port­ing this unique fes­ti­val. $20 per night, a typ­i­cal dona­tion amount, will enable:


  • Venue rental
  • Per­former honoraria
  • New Organ Music commission
  • Video pro­duc­tion expens­es and record­ing fees

As of March 222021


Organ Sup­ply Industry

Kegg Organs


Albu­querque AGO Chapter

Buf­fa­lo AGO Chapter

Dob­son Pipe Organs

Inde­pen­dent Con­cert Artists

WindW­erk Artists


Buzard Pipe Organs

Casa­vant Organs

Festival Information

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Kalei­do­scope Ad

Download our Print Ad

This High Res­o­lu­tion print ad includes an overview of much of the infor­ma­tion you will want to know. It includes infor­ma­tion and pho­tos of all artists and instruments:

  • Mas­ter of Ceremonies
  • Per­form­ers
  • Instru­ments and Venues
  • Dates of Events

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Fes­ti­val Ad



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Thomas Apple­ton (1830) • Met­ro­pol­i­tan Muse­um of Art • New York City