About Us

Mander Organs is a company of organ builders, founded by Noel Mander in a quiet corner of Bethnal Green, far removed from the bustle of the metropolis.


Organ building encompasses quite a variety of skills from design, woodwork, metalwork, engineering and not least voicing. Our workshops are all under one roof of a converted Victorian school.

Our Work

Mander Organs has built a wide variety of high quality instruments in many corners of the world, including Great Britain, the United States of America and Japan. See examples of our work.

Recent News and Reports

Review of the Organ in the St Ignatius Loyla Church, New York

This review as done by Bert Rebergen for ORGELNIEUWS.NL (April 2018) in Dutch. The original article is here and below is the English translation: Lovers of French organ music will feel a smile coming to their faces when they see an organ CD entitled ‘Une Voix Française’. However, I can imagine the enthusiasm waning somewhat when…
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St Pauls Cathedral

St Pauls Cathedral – Music of America and Beyond

The music of America and beyond, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the American Memorial Chapel at St Paul’s. Thursday 3rd May – America in Paris Spectacular Thursday 7th June  – Fast Cycles Thursday 2nd August – A Bite from the Big Apple Thursday 6th September – The Planets Further details on the programme is here…
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King’s College Chapel, London

As you will see from the photos below, we are progressing well with our refurbishment work at King’s College Chapel. The organ’s four new wind reservoirs are complete. The Great soundboard is finished and its action is being tested. The lower of the two Swell soundboards is having its upperboards glued in our small vacuum…
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Reports Archive

Mander Organs has produced a number of interesting and detailed reports on organs.

Our Work

See most of the spectacular organs that we have made over the years.