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Upcoming Concerts

Friday 25 July 2014 @ 1:10 PM
Nico Tjoelker - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Performer/s: Nico Tjoelker
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Sunday 27 July 2014 @ 2:30 PM
Christopher Cook - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Mark’s Anglican Church, Fitzroy
Address: 250 - 268 George Street Fitzroy, Melbourne
Performer/s: Christopher Cook
Tickets: $20 / $15
Enquiries: 61[03]94195051
frstuart@stmarksfitzroy.com
Details: Lindsay O’Neill Recital * http://www.stmarksfitzroy.com/ Ernste Feier [Op 174 No 7] Karg-Elert Four Extemporisations: Fidelis Whitlock Eventide chorale prelude Parry Passacaglia [Op 132] Rheinberger Benedictus [op 59 no 9] Reger Cantilene Pastorale [op 15] Guilmant Sonata in G ii & iii Elgar Written out hymn reharmonisation by Lindsay O'Neill Dies sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot' [BWV 678] Bach Prelude & Fugue in a [BWV 543] Bach PROGRAM SUBJECT TO ALTERATION

Monday 28 July 2014 @ 10:00 AM
All Stops Out! - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Melbourne Town Hall
Address: Cnr Collins and Swanston Streets, Melbourne, VIC
Performer/s: An audience with the King of Instruments
Tickets: Cost: $5 per student. Age: Years 5 and 6 students (10-12 years old). Contact Jeremy Fletcher, ANZCO General Administrator: jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org
Enquiries: 03 9828 3014 BH
jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org
Details: Broaden your students' horizons with an educational and captivating program exploring: Music - Culture - Heritage - Science - Technology - Maths - History and more as only the Pipe Organ can! Give your most enthusiastic piano student the unique hands-on opportunity to play the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ: the largest and most valuable musical instrument in the Southern Hemisphere (available for the first 12 schools to confirm). Watch your students' amazement as they take a guided tour actually inside the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ: the Grand Organ is four storeys high with a greater floor space than five average homes. It even has a bathroom and toilet! Some of the 10,000 organ pipes are over three storeys high. Presented by: ANZCO | Australian and New Zealand College of Organists | www.anzco.org. Proudly supported by: City of Melbourne | www.melbourne.vic.gov.au. Contact: Jeremy Fletcher | ANZCO General Administrator | jeremy.fletcher@anzco.org

Friday 1 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 3 August 2014 @ 1:00 PM
Grand Organ Discovery - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral
Address: Cnr Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Discovery Participants!
Tickets: Free admission at the Door
Enquiries:
christopher.cook@anzco.org
Details: Do you learn, or do you want to learn, the King of Instruments? Free admission for the next generation of Organists to meet and play the world-famous Grand Organ in St Paul’s Cathedral in an informal and entertaining voyage of discovery!

Sunday 3 August 2014 @ 2:30 PM
GALA NextGen Organ Concert - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral
Address: Cnr Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: The Next Generation of Australian Organists
Tickets: $20 admission at the door includes programme. Doors open at 2 pm. ANZCO is committed to providing financial recognition of these young Australian performers’ time and talent. The proceeds from this GALA NextGen Concert go to encourage these young artists as tomorrow’s leaders.
Enquiries:
christopher.cook@anzco.org
Details: The next generation of Australian Organists takes the stage with the world-famous 1890 T.C. Lewis Grand Organ in St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. ANZCO gratefully acknowledges the support of St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. A Partner Event of the Second Australian International Concert Organ Week.

Friday 8 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Trinity College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 10 August 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Together Again - Perth WA

Venue: Karrinyup Wurlitzer Theatre Organ
Address: Karrinyup Community Centre
Performer/s: RAY CLEMENTS and JOHN FUHRMANN
Tickets: Details at: wurlitzer-karrinyup.com
Enquiries:
Details: RAY CLEMENTS and JOHN FUHRMANN will be “Together Again” and share a concert. John Fuhrmann was MGM organist at the Metro Theatre Wurlitzer Organ from 1966 to 1973 and specialises in music from Broadway shows and the roaring twenties. Ray played electronic organ in number of Perth theatres and has played many concerts on the Wurlitzer Organ over the past 25 years. Some piano and organ duets will be performed.

Friday 15 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Queen's College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 17 August 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Ross Cobb - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney NSW
Performer/s: Ross Cobb (Organist, St Andrew's Cathedral)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
Enquiries:
Details:

Sunday 17 August 2014 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St John's Church, Toorak
Address: Cnr Toorak and Orrong Roads, Toorak
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Admission at the door includes program: Adult $30 / Concession $25
Enquiries:
simone@concertorgan.com
Details: SEASON YOUR SENSES #3 - WINTER 2014 Season your Senses is a unique Melbourne series of Four Sunday Grand Organ Concerts in Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring! The Winter Concert at St John's Church, Toorak is: "Edwardian Elegance" (in the perfect place!) Don’t forget - you can watch the hands and feet of the “Ironman der Orgel” live on screen! www.concertorgan.com

Friday 22 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 29 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Trinity College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 29 August 2014 @ 1:10 PM
Stacey Yang - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Performer/s: Stacey Yang
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Friday 5 September 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Queen's College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 12 September 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 19 September 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Trinity College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Ria Angelika Polo
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 21 September 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Lammert Hansen - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney
Performer/s: Lammert Hansen (Denmark)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
Enquiries:
Details:

Friday 26 September 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Wilson Hall, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Rhys Arvidson
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 26 September 2014 @ 1:10 PM
Michael Butterfield - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW
Performer/s: Michael Butterfield
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Friday 3 October 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Queen's College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: James Field
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 5 October 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Martin Setchell - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church
Address: Brighton, Melbourne, Australia
Performer/s: Martin Setchell
Tickets:
Enquiries: 0064211834136
setchells@gmail.com
Details:

Wednesday 8 October 2014 @ 1:00 PM
Bach's Back! - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Melbourne Town Hall
Address: Melbourne, Australia
Performer/s: Martin Setchell
Tickets: TBA
Enquiries: 0064211834136
setchells@gmail.com
Details: The great composer comes back to life to talk about his life and play some of his music.

Friday 10 October 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Wilson Hall, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 17 October 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Ormond College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Sunday 19 October 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Pavel Kohout - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney
Performer/s: Pavel Kohout (Prague)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
Enquiries:
Details:

Friday 24 October 2014 @ 1:10 PM
MUSOC - Melbourne VIC

Venue: Trinity College Chapel, University of Melbourne
Address: Parkville, Melbourne VIC
Performer/s: Next Generation of Australian organists
Tickets: Free admission includes program.
Enquiries:
simone.oloughlin@anzco.org
Details: Doors open to the public at 12.45 pm. Concert commences at 1.10 pm and concludes at 1.50 pm. A world-first initiative featuring the next generation of Australian organists, the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts - MUSOC - is presented by the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists, with generous support from the University of Melbourne and Trinity, Ormond and Queen’s Colleges. Every Friday during Semester there will be a free lunchtime organ concert performed on one of the pipe organs at the University of Melbourne, which has more pipe organs than any other Australasian University. In accord with ANZCO’s mission, by promoting organ performance, teaching and learning, the MUSOC will help to build the profile of the King of Instruments and develop a sustainable pipe organ culture in Australasia.

Friday 31 October 2014 @ 1:10 PM
Mark Quarmby - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Performer/s: Mark Quarmby
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Sunday 2 November 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Richard Hills - Perth WA

Venue: Karrinyup Wurlitzer Theatre Organ
Address: Karrinyup Community Centre
Performer/s: RICHARD HILLS
Tickets: Details at: wurlitzer-karrinyup.com
Enquiries:
Details: RICHARD HILLS is regarded by many people as the most versatile United Kingdom theatre organist to have visited Australia. A huge talent with an ability to arrange and play music differently, Richard was organ scholar for Exeter College at Oxford University and recently made a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists. He was assistant organist at Westminster Abbey in London and in 2013 was organist for the Royal Albert Hall Proms series

Sunday 9 November 2014 @ 2:30 PM
Planets - Fremantle WA

Venue: Basilica of St Patrick
Address: Fremantle
Performer/s: Jonathan Bradley – pipe organ Dominic Perissinotto – pipe organ
Tickets: pipeorganplus.com
Enquiries:
Details: Johann Sebastian Bach – Toccata & Fugue in D minor BWV 565 arr. for 2 organs George Fredrich Handel – Organ Concerto in F HWV 295 “The Cuckoo & The Nightingale” arr. for 2 organs Josef Rheinberger – “Introduction & Passacaglia” from Sonata No 8 in E minor Op 132 (Dominic Perissinotto – organ) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Fantasia in F minor KV 608 arr. for 2 performers on 1 organ Maurice Duruflé – Prelude and Fugue on the name Alain Op 7 (Jonathan Bradley – organ) Johann Sebastian Bach after Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto in C BWV 594 arr. for 2 organs Gustav Holst – “Mars, The Bringer Of War” from The Planets Suite Op 32 H 125 arr. for 2 organs

Sunday 16 November 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Richard Hills - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney
Performer/s: Richard Hills (London)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
Enquiries:
Details:

Sunday 16 November 2014 @ 2:30 PM
Thomas Heywood - Melbourne VIC

Venue: St Andrew's Church, Brighton
Address: Cnr New and Church Streets, Brighton VIC
Performer/s: Thomas Heywood
Tickets: Admission at the door includes program: Adult $30 / Concession $25
Enquiries:
simone@concertorgan.com
Details: SEASON YOUR SENSES #4 - SPRING 2014 Season your Senses is a unique Melbourne series of Four Sunday Grand Organ Concerts in Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring! The Spring Concert at St Andrew's Church, Brighton is: "Festive Fantasies" (con spirito!) Don’t forget - you can watch the hands and feet of the  “Ironman der Orgel” live on screen! www.concertorgan.com

Friday 28 November 2014 @ 1:10 PM
Oscar Smith - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Performer/s: Oscar Smith
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Friday 19 December 2014 @ 1:10 PM
David Tagg - Sydney NSW

Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church
Address: 197 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW
Performer/s: David Tagg
Tickets: Admission is free - donations are kindly appreciated
Enquiries: 02 9221 1688
Details:

Sunday 21 December 2014 @ 2:00 PM
David Drury - Sydney NSW

Venue: Christ Church St Laurence
Address: 812 George Street, Railway Square, Sydney
Performer/s: David Drury (St Paul's College, University of Sydney)
Tickets: Admission by note donation
Enquiries:
Details:

Welcome to ANZCO

Welcome to the website of the Australian and New Zealand College of Organists - ANZCO.

Building the future for the pipe organ in Australasia, ANZCO encourages everyone to discover the 'King of Instruments' - the largest and most valuable musical instruments in the world! 

We present concerts and educational programs around Australia and New Zealand to ensure that Pipe Organs are cultural assets to be enjoyed by all. 

There is an ever-growing and unique heritage of over 2,500 pipe organs in Australasia, including the largest musical instruments in the Southern Hemisphere.  ANZCO is the only pipe organ related organisation working internationally in Australia and New Zealand with links around the world.

We invite you to go All Stops Out with ANZCO!

You can find out about ANZCO in Australia or ANZCO in New Zealand, see the only comprehensive listing of Organ Concerts and related events throughout Australasia including MUSOC - the Melbourne University Series of Organ Concerts, and contact the people involved in the College.

You can read about our distinguished and inspirational heritage of celebrated Australian and New Zealand organists in the Australasian Pipe Organ Hall of Fame, a world-first initiative within the international "organ world".  You will soon be able to see a listing of Landmark Organs around Australasia as part of the ANZCO Landmark Organs Register.

And don't forget, you can LIKE US on Facebook to keep up with the latest news! 

 

 Adelaide - South Australia: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Adelaide - South Australia: Festival Theatre Grand Organ

 

 

 Auckland - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Brisbane - Queensland: City Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Brisbane - Queensland: QPAC Grand Organ

 

 

Dunedin - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Hobart - Tasmania: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Launceston - Tasmania: Albert Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Melbourne - Victoria: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

 

Melbourne - Victoria: Haileybury Grand Concert Organ

 

 

Perth - Western Australia: Concert Hall Organ

 

 

Sydney - New South Wales: Town Hall Grand Organ 

 

 

Sydney - New South Wales: Opera House Concert Hall Organ

 

 

Wellington - New Zealand: Town Hall Grand Organ

 

...and many more to be listed soon on the ANZCO Landmark Organs Register.