The organ was installed in March and April, 2022, with tonal finishing completed in May.
Photos from construction can be seen in our Facebook album, here.
WOLVERCOTE - "Our Father, by whose servants" - Katelyn Emerson, organist
Charles-Marie Widor - Symphonie No. 5, Allegro Vivace - Katelyn Emerson, organist
Percy Whitlock - Andante Tranquillo from Five Short Pieces - Katelyn Emerson, organist
Jonathan Ortloff has a deep understanding of the complex role a new pipe organ would play in the spiritual, liturgical, communal, and musical life of our particular parish. He guided us in designing an organ that met our needs, not his aspirations. He listened to us, and then discerned with us as we formed our approach to this important milestone project. His understanding helped us better communicate to the parish and donors fully and successfully.
It became readily clear to us that the Ortloff team would be a delight to work with. They were gracious, patient, wise and fun at each step along the way. We preferred to work with a firm that would show us the respect that friends show each other.
The Rev. Timothy Boggs, Rector
July, 2022 Feature article in The American Organist
16 Bourdon (Pedal)
Swell to Great 16
Great to Pedal