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Stars and Planets
April 26, 2024  8:00 PM
Church of the Redeemer
379 Hammond Street
Chestnust Hill

In person and live attendance is free for BAGO members
To register to attend in person, click here
To register to attend the livestream, click here 


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The 2024 L. Cameron Johnson Memorial Organ Competition for High School Students

Sponsored by Northeastern CT Chapter of the AGO
Saturday, June 1
11:00 AM 
Storrs Congregational Church, University of Connecticut

This competition is solely for High School students and offers three cash prizes: $1,500, $750 and $300 along with an audience prize of $100.
If you have students that may be interested, please contact Dr. Angela Salcedo for more information.
For more competition information and for registration, please click here.

Code of Ethics
The Boston Chapter of the American Guild of Organists adheres to the National Organization’s Code of Ethics. To review the current policy, please click here



2020 – 2022 Officers and Executive Committee
Our Chapter has elected the following people as Officers of our Chapter:

Dean: Mitchell Crawford
Sub-Dean: Cathy Meyer
Treasurer: Daryl Bichel
Secretary: Joshua T. Lawton
Registrar: Jeffrey Mills

Members at Large- Class of 2024
Don Hodgkins
Christine Hogan
Jonathan Wessler

Members at Large – Class of 2026
Sean Glennon
Andrew Scanlon


 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 has been 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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