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Post Office Box 231127
Charlestown, MA 02123

resurrectionChurch of the Resurrection
New York, NY

Organist David Enlow approached the Organ Clearing House in 2005 with an interest in leading his church in the acquisition of a vintage Casavant organ similar to that he played while growing up in Toronto. We pointed out an instrument located in the “downstairs” sanctuary of a large church in Lewiston, Maine that seemed to answer his hopes. David and Father Barry Swain, rector of the Church of the Resurrection, ...  More >

aoiThe American Organ Institute
at University of Oklahoma (2005)
A tale of two schools.

The hospital system of the University of Pennsylvania was planning to build a new cancer research hospital and had purchased a site from the city of Philadelphia across the street from the main hospital campus. The demolition of the existing building on that site would be complicated technically because it was a 13,000 public auditorium with a two-acre floor. Explosives could not be used...  More >

The Follen Community Church - Lexington, MA (1997)

The Follen Church is a Unitarian Universalist congregation in the heart of birthplace of the American Revolution. Located on the route of Paul Revere’s ride and surrounded by the taverns and battlefields of the legendary Minutemen, it is a place with a strong historical sense. The historic octagonal building was home to a home-made pipe organ, assembled from a collection of unrelated parts by a parishioner. When the Unitarian Universalist congregation in...  More >

salisburySalisbury Presbyterian Church Midlothian, VA (2007)

Salisbury Presbyterian Church was home to a small historic tracker organ built by Jardine that was not adequate to support the growing choir programs and congregation. We advised them in the purchase of an organ built by Casavant in 1972 (Opus 3178) from a church in suburban Boston, then created a new design for the casework to adapt the new instrument to the existing architectural style of the church’s interior. The result was an instrument that seemed have....  More >


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“In choosing OCH,I know that the work has been done with the utmost knowledge, enthusiasm, care, and integrity.”
– David Enlow,
Sub-Dean, New York Chapter, AGO