Welcome to our website!

We serve the area more or less north and west of Boston, MA.

Dean: Hugh Hinton - Sub-Dean: Jay Lane

Treasurer: Craig Seaman

Secretary: Jodi Templer

Members at Large: Alice Johnson Hannon (2021); Cynthia Arsenault (2022); and Raymond Hawkins (2023)

Newsletter Editor and PR: Alain Bojarski - Scholarships: Denise Ann Shea

Auditor: Shirley MacKenzie - Placement: Cynthia Arsenault

Librarian: Barbara Owen

Organ Restoration/History: Bob Reich

Chaplain: Dr. Richard Hughes

Webmaster: David G. Baker

(Click on his name to email the Webmaster)

About the American Guild of Organists

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. For more information, visit the National Office website.

For a list of the National Officers and Councillors, click here to go to that page on the National website.

For a copy of our current Swell to Great newsletter,
click
here.

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Next Event: Mark your calendar—Save the date -


April 27 – 7:30pm MVAGO Members' recital

Every MVAGO member is invited to perform his/her favorite piece(s) that “always work”.

You are invited not only to perform, but to talk about why you like the piece!

To sign up as a performer, please contact Jay Lane (jaydonaldlane@gmail.com )

Jay Lane, Sub-Dean/Program Chair



Want to add an event to the calendar? Click here.

Some events are live-streaming. Click the link below to find out about them.

MVAGO Calendar

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Do you know a young person interested in learning how to play the organ?

The Merrimack Valley Chapter has a scholarship program. An application is available by clicking here.

You can also click here for a list of chapter members who are available for teaching.

Interested in knowing about organs in our area? Here are links for pages in this site for organs in Lawrence and Lowell. The Boston Chapter also has a page for Boston organs.