Greenville, SC

Chapter of the American Guild of Organists
Welcome from the Dean

The Greenville Chapter of the AGO has successfully navigated the past two "pandemic years" and that is due to the commitment of the Executive Committee, the ingenuity of the Program Committee, and the loyalty of our membership! This year promises to bring new and varied programs that will advance worthy musical causes for lovers of organ, composition, and choral music.

Below is information for our first three programs. More will be finalized in the coming days and will be linked to our webpage.

Dates are being finalized for the opening event for the Powell Scholarship Fund announced at our meeting in May. The concert will feature a massed choir performing select anthems from Bob’s published works. Some of our members and additional instrumentalists from the community will join for organ and instrumental works. The concert will be in February, and more info will be forthcoming.

With many beginning a new academic year in a few days, let me urge you to renew your membership and/or encourage musician friends to join, the AGO. Membership offers:

  • educational events - performance, music, choral, bells
  • public programs - Pedals, Pipes, Pizza; organ/choral events
  • member programs - recitals, annual dinners
  • member services - job openings, substitute listings, publicity for member events, member directory/online bios for member resource sharing and increased work opportunities
  • The American Organist - monthly magazine
  • AGO National job search, member search, certification programs and endless educational resources, regional events

We also welcome clergy, choir members or those interested in the organ as a Chapter Friend for only $10 per year. This category gives you access to emails concerning upcoming concerts, workshops, and masterclasses; and you will be notified of current positions available. Memberships are processed through our national headquarters. Click HERE for information on becoming a member of the AGO.

Please join us at our meetings and enjoy this journey in 2022-2023!

Ed Dunbar, Dean
Greenville Chapter