Organ Department Chair
An Organ at the Crossroads:
Fall Organ Conference & Inaugural Festivities for C. B. Fisk, Opus 91
Join us for the 2013 Fall Organ Conference, September 15-18, where IU’s newest organ will be dedicated in its new home in Alumni Hall in the Indiana Memorial Union.
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Organ and Sacred Music Studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
On behalf of a dedicated and energetic body of students and faculty, welcome to the Internet home of the Organ Department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. This portion of the JSoM website is designed to give prospective students an overview of the opportunities available in the department, and to provide current students with up-to-date information about course offerings, recitals, and degree requirements.
The organ department, whose heritage spans nearly seven decades, has consistently produced graduates of the highest caliber who serve with distinction in churches, academic settings, and the concert field. At IU, organ students have the opportunity to take courses in applied organ, organ literature, sacred music, organ construction and design, and improvisation. More information may be found about all of these opportunities by navigating the menu on the left.
Gifted and internationally recognized faculty bring a wealth of experience, talent, and wisdom to the department. In addition to their work in the department, they are visible in the wider Bloomington community and in the world as recitalists, clinicians, guest lecturers, and recording artists. Each of them is available to answer questions about the department and about the possibilities for study and enrichment offered through the Jacobs School of Music.
Interested students are encouraged to contact a member of the faculty directly, as well as the Office of Music Admissions and Financial Aid, for information about audition requirements.
With the recent arrival of the Seward Organ in Auer Concert Hall, constructed by the C. B. Fisk Company of Gloucester, MA as its Opus 135, the future of the department is exceptionally bright.