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.
Credit for all images: Bompas & Parr. Photographer: Jordan Stevens Bompas & Parr held an Organs of London as part of the Art Night Associate Programme at Mandor Organs on the 1July with the purpose of guests feasting on bestial organs in the presence of operational and in-construction pipe organs. In collaboration with London’s oldest…Read More →
We are progressing well on the new organ for the St George’s Church in Penang. We are working in very harsh conditions with high humidity and daily temperatures in excess of 32 deg C. The team is holding up well. It is good to see steady progress and this wonderful new organ being born and…Read More →
The following photos show the organ being constructed in the church, the tonal finishing will begin soon, and it is hoped the organ will be completed by the end of June. In addition – just before Easter we dismantled the organ of King’s College Chapel in the Strand, London. The organ is to be virtually…Read More →