OHS Video Productions


Wel­come to the first two episodes of OHSLA TODAY, an insider’s look at the vast col­lec­tion of the Organ His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety. Host­ed by our Chief Librar­i­an and Archivist, Bynum Pet­ty, each month will fea­ture rare gems and items of great inter­est to the mem­bers of the OHS and organ enthu­si­asts alike. Share with your friends and be sure to tune in each month!


is a video recital series fea­tur­ing the grand Aeo­lian-Skin­ner Opus 878 housed at the head­quar­ters of the OHS. Organ­ists from around the Philadel­phia area come to the Stoneleigh to record some of their favorite reper­toire for res­i­dence organs and beyond. You will want to vis­it the OHS web­site in the first and sec­ond half of each month to lis­ten and enjoy these charm­ing recitals.


will fea­ture ten instru­ments from across the coun­try, played by organ­ists who know the instru­ment well and can demon­strate its tonal vari­ety.   Each 30-minute recital includes a brief his­to­ry of the recital organ, a review of its stop list and an intro­duc­tion to the reper­toire. View­ers will be treat­ed to five hours of glo­ri­ous music in venues that would be impos­si­ble to achieve at one in-per­son convention.


Owing to the post­pone­ment of both the 2020 and 2022 OHS con­ven­tions, three Big­gs Schol­ars were unable to present their alum­ni recital.  This year, the OHS has spon­sored these young per­form­ers to pre­pare an excit­ing recital on organs dear to them.  Plan to vis­it the OHS web­site in late June to watch them per­form and show­case these mighty instru­ments.