News from the
Organ Historical Society

Changes in the Organ World: 1970 – 2020

Changes in the Organ World: 1970 – 2020 Craig Cramer has been a val­ued col­league, men­tor, and friend to organ­ists around the world dur­ing his long tenure as pro­fes­sor of organ at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Notre Dame. As he pre­pares to retire in May 2020, we at Notre Dame are…

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OHS Announces Symposium 2019

The Sym­phon­ic Organ at Stoneleigh An Aeo­lian-Skin­ner Cel­e­bra­tion Octo­ber 13 — 15, 2019   About the Sym­po­sium Firm­ly estab­lished at our nation­al head­quar­ters on the Stoneleigh Estate in Vil­lano­va, Penn­syl­va­nia, the Organ His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety is pleased to…

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New OHS Phone Number

New OHS Phone Num­ber  As of March 1, 2019 OHS has a brand new tele­phone num­ber to reflect our res­i­den­cy in Penn­syl­va­nia.  While the old num­ber will work for a while, please take note: 484.488.PIPE (7473). Four foots and eight foots with no…

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OHS Adds Student Chapters

OHS Adds Stu­dent Chap­ters OHS is delight­ed to wel­come the stu­dents and pro­fes­sors from three US insti­tu­tions of high­er learn­ing.  Con­grat­u­la­tions to Cur­tis Insti­tute of Music in Philadel­phia, Syra­cuse Uni­ver­si­ty and Ari­zona State Uni­ver­si­ty.  Thank you to…

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The OHS Mission Statement

The Organ His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety cel­ebrates, pre­serves, and stud­ies the pipe organ in Amer­i­ca in all its his­toric styles, through re­search, edu­ca­tion, ad­vocacy, and music.

The Organ Historical Society

330 North Spring Mill Road
Vil­lano­va, PA 19085 – 1737
(484) 488-PIPE (7473)