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Wood, Leather, Glue, Metal, and Digital Technology: Ancient and Modern Techniques for the King of Instruments

What: Goulding & Wood Pipe Organ Builders factory tour and demo with Tom Nichols
Date:  THURSDAY, August 23, 2018
Time & Places:  5:30 PM at Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 Central Ave., Indy 46202 followed by move to nearby Goulding & Wood, 823 Massachusetts Ave., Indy 46204.
RSVP to: Free RSVP w/Eventbrite!

UPDATE: Please use the Eventbrite link above to RSVP so we are able to get a more accurate head count. If you already emailed us, you are already on the list! 

Join us for a rare opportunity to visit a modern pipe organ factory here in Indianapolis. Tom Nichols, organist, musician, and associate with Goulding & Wood, will be our host/guide.

At the Indiana Landmarks Center we will see the restored Grand Hall (a former Methodist church sanctuary) and hear a demonstration that organ by Tom Nichols. Organ restoration by Goulding & Wood. 

The factory tour will feature a current project - a rebuild of the 1928 two-manual 29-rank Möller organ for Irvington Presbyterian Church, which includes a new console and a vintage Tuba stop new to that organ.

Tom Nichols is the Director of Music Ministry at St. Luke Catholic Church on the north side of Indianapolis, a position he began in July 2013, and a representative of Goulding & Wood pipe organ builders, where he works in customer service.  Previously he served for 17 years as the Director of Music & Liturgy and principal organist at historic St. John the Evangelist Church in downtown Indianapolis (home of a Goulding & Wood pipe organ built in 1989).  You can read more about Tom in our meeting announcement on the Central Indiana AES Webpage.

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