Our goal is to make instruments that will inspire players and listeners for generations to come. We are not content with imitation or repetition, but seek to master the elements that make an organ sound its best wherever it is built. Every new instrument, small or large, of any school or national style, is an opportunity to learn and to incorporate that learning in our work. Our tradition of historical scholarship produces new pipes with authentic and gorgeous tone. Our employee-owned business model encourages each member of the team to offer his or her best.
“Thank you for your hospitality, your generosity, and your friendship. Thank you for creating beauty in a world that so desperately needs it. Thank you for dedicating your lives to the art of organbuilding with instruments that move hardened hearts, comfort the suffering soul, inspire those who seek, lift voices into song, and bring great music to life.”
With fondness, gratitude, and thanksgiving,
Dr. Homer Ashton Ferguson III, Director of Music
Emmanuel Episcopal Church