Harvard Organ Society
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Overview

The Harvard Organ Society is an organization for people who enjoy listening to or playing pipe organs. World-famous concert organists give concerts throughout the year, as well as master classes to HOS members. There are also many performance opportunities for the student organist. The society will gladly help to locate teachers and instruments on which to practice. Other activities of the Organ Society have included trips to organ factories and excursions to various places of interest, including a 1997 trip led by Professor Christoph Wolff to Germany to perform on Baroque instruments, a 1999 trip to France, a 2002 trip to Holland and England, and a 2003 organ crawl to Worcester, Massachusetts.



Contact Us

The Gund University Organist and Choirmaster is Edward Elwyn Jones, who also serves as an advisor to the Harvard Organ Society together with Professor Tom Kelly.

For further information, please contact Zak Fletcher '15, Recitals Coordinator.



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