Chapter Events Calendar

Saturday, September 11, 9:40 AM - organ crawl for new members, meet at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3243 N. Meridian St., and carpool to each venue. (See Page 1.)

Saturday, October 9, 9:30 AM - Breakfast and Reformation-themed program, Northminster Presbyterian Church, 1660 Kessler Blvd. East Drive, Indianapolis; Christopher Caruso-Lynch, choral music; Dawn Waddell, Augsburg Reformation organ collection; Shayla Van Hal, Reformation hymns.

Saturday, November 13, 10:30 AM - Fundraising presentation, Michael Pettry, on Zoom.

Friday, January 7 - Annual Epiphany Party.

February 12, 2:00 PM -
Members Recital, minority, and women composers.Broadway United Methodist 609 E 29st. Indianapolis, IN 46205 Short commentary by  Shayla Van Hal.

February 25-26 - Collaboration with Indiana University,Jacobs School of Music, Alan Morrison masterclass: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis.

March 27, 3:00 PM - Indianapolis Pipe Organ Festival, Broadway UMC, Indianapolis, Matt Gerhard coordinator

April 8 or 9 - Indy Orgelkit presentation, Dr. Darrell Bailey, IUPUI, and Dr. Mark Herris, Calvary United Methodist Church.

Sunday, May 15, 3 PM - Installation Service, St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Rev. Robert Schilling, Indy AGO chaplain, Tom Nichols, host and organist.

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  Chapter Meetings   

Chapter Meetings are a unique opportunity to meet and network with other professional sacred musicians. A catered meal is very popular at the meetings. After the meeting, there is usually a recital or other educational opportunity.

  Artist Recital Series   

The Artist Recital Series one of the ways our chapter promotes the organ in its historic and evolving roles. Each artist is chosen with the intention of providing members and the community with enriching music from different eras and styles. The Artist Recital Series is supported by contributions from members and the community, for more info or to contribute, contact John Allegar.

  Community Programs  

Indianapolis and Central Indiana has a rich and diverse musical culture. Many local educational institutions and churches host their own recital series, hymn festivals, masterclasses, and workshops. To list events on our calender that are aligned with our mission for free, please contact us using the form found on the main menu

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