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.
Recent News and Reports
Our installation work at Urawa School in Japan is nearly complete. The photos show the casework and carvings being revealed with the removal of the scaffolding. The interior pipework is installed and finely tuned. Just a few adjustments remain until the completion of the organ for ChristmasRead More →
We have just started installing our new organ at Urawa Akenohoshi Girls’ School, near Tokyo. John, Josh, Philip and Sosuke (our Japanese representative) are putting the organ together on a new purpose built gallery in the school’s main auditorium. More photographs are to follow, as construction progresses. The organ is due to be completed by…Read More →
The first shipment of new organ for Urawa Girl’s School is currently being packed up for delivery and installation before Christmas. It is going on a newly constructed gallery to one side of the main auditorium of the school. It is a two manual and pedal instrument of 21 stops.Read More →