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Texas Trio of Organists results in forthcoming Organ Duo CD

Pictured from left to right are Ken Cowan, Frederick Hohman and Bradley Welch, all looking very pleased at the conclusion of recording sessions on March 4 at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas.  Ken and Bradley recorded a new album as an organ duo.  Their forthcoming Pro Organo release features a varied program of […]

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Postal rates up sharply for UK, EU, Canada.

If you have not already noticed, the rates charged by United States Postal Service for small parcels – the kind that Pro Organo ships in delivering its CD and DVD orders to customers in Canada, the European Union and United Kingdom – have risen about 50% on in the past 36 months.  The basic rate for […]

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Where is Ayer?

John Ayer’s last Pro Organo recording was made with the Memphis Boychoir and Memphis Chamber Choir over 10 years ago.  “Where is Ayer?” has become a frequent question.  Well, John is just fine, living and working as a church musician at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Maplewood, New Jersey.  Here we catch a glimpse of […]

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David Enlow Records all-Bach Album at St. Ignatius New York City

David Enlow, faculty member at New York’s Juilliard School, recorded an all-Bach program on October 29 and 30, 2015, for his next Pro Organo CD release.  The venue was the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on fashionable Park Avenue in New York City, where the organ, installed about 25 years ago by English organ-builder John Mander, […]

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Sudden Closure of Indianapolis CD plant delays new Pro Organo titles

We were shocked and dismayed to learn that our USA Compact Disc replicator and packager, World Media Group in Indianapolis, closed its doors suddenly and without so much as a day’s advance notice to its clients and employees, in mid-August.  The plant had been scheduled to complete the manufacture of the new double CD Pro […]

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Notre Dame Glee Club records new CD in recognition of 100th anniversary

The Notre Dame Glee Club, comprised of 60 students from University of Notre Dame, held audio recording sessions under the direction of conductor Dan Stowe on Monday, May 11 in Leighton Concert Hall in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on the University of Notre Dame campus.  Audio engineering was provided by Zarex with Frederick Hohman […]

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