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Friday, December 31, 3PM; 6:30 and 8PM — First Night at Old South Church
With the Mother Church Extension closed for renovations, BAGO members and friends are invited to attend this year’s First Night events at Old South Church:
3PM – “The King of Instruments,” a family-friendly demonstration-concert featuring the “Copley Philharmonic Organ”
6:30 and 8PM: Pipes and Pops, featuring music for Brass and Organ

 

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Chapter Programs for the Fall 2021 are now listed on our Programs Page. 
 
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2020 – 2022 Officers and Executive Committee
Our Chapter has elected the following people as Officers of our Chapter:

Dean: Jeremy Bruns
Sub-Dean: Mitchell Crawford
Treasurer: Daryl Bichel
Secretary: Jay Lane
Registrar: Jeffrey Mills
Election Coordinator: Claire DeCusati

Members at Large- Class of 2024
Christine Hogan
Cathy Meyer
Jonathan Wessler

Our continuing Members at Large – Class of 2020 are:
Alain Bojarski
Terry Halco
Father David Michael

Please congratulate these leaders of our Chapter!


 Deans of Our Chapter

The Massachusetts Chapter was founded in 1905.  Our first Dean was George Albert Burdett (pictured here).  Our website now has photos and biographies of all of our past Deans.  You may view that resource by clicking here.

If you have any additions or remembrances of past Deans to add to our page, please contact us.

The History of the American Guild of Organists in Massachusetts by H. Winthrop Martin is being digitized.  This resource includes Deans’ biographies from 1905 through 1954, along with programs and recitals held during those years.  The full history of those years is available now by clicking here


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