Time to dig out that Lent and Easter music out - perhaps it will cause the warmer weather to start!
Our March program will take place THIS WEEKEND, on Friday and Saturday, March 6 and 7, with a recital Friday night and masterclass Saturday morning with Ohio University professor and good LexAGO friend Paul Barte. Both events will take place at Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church in Lexington. I hope to see you there!
Next year is our chapter's 75th anniversary, and our planning committee is well underway with recitals, workshops, and social events. The schedule of events will be announced in the May newsletter. One of our events will be a lunch catered by the chapter to celebrate this anniversary, and we are planning on having memorabilia from earlier days in the chapter - so if you have anything related to the chapter from years ago that you'd like to loan to the chapter, please let me know.
Finally, our April program will be a harpsichord workshop, but we will also include an "organ plus" session at the end of the workshop for you to have a chance to present your favorite pieces for organ and solo instrument. Please send me an email and let me know if you're interested in participating in this.
Thanks for all you do for the chapter, and I hope to see you around soon!
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Sponsors for 2019-20
Thanks very much to the following for sponsoring our newsletter and website!! And thanks to Larry Sharp for making all of the arrangements. Check out their ads on our Sponsors page.
- Christ Church Cathedral
- B. Rule
- D.C. Schroth Organ Builders
- Milnar Organ Company
- The Piano Shop
- Rodgers Classic Organs - Tom Magee
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Mission, Vision, and Values Statement
The AGO Mission statement has been modified as of May, 2016. The entire statement can be seen on the AGO National Mission, Vision, and Values Statement page.
The mission of the American Guild of Organists is to foster a thriving community of musicians who share their knowledge and inspire passion for the organ.
The vision of the American Guild of Organists is to engage, support, and uplift every organist.