News from the
Organ Historical Society
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…
The Organ Historical Society announces a Research Grant. Applications are due by November 1, 2020. Download the Research Grant here.
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…
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…
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…
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)