Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Promoting Musicianship and A Lifetime of Learning for Organists
The American Guild of Organists (AGO) is a national professional association serving organ and choral fields. It provides educational, certification and professional assistance to its members, while promoting the use of the pipe organ in sacred and concert settings.
Founded in 1914, the Atlanta Chapter was the first AGO chapter in the state of Georgia and is one of the largest chapters in the USA. Our diverse membership includes organists, choral conductors, singers, music educators, organ builders, curators, clergy, and enthusiasts and supporters of the organ.
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One hundred years has long been considered a significant measure of age. The Georgia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, organized on October 6, 1914, and chartered in 1955 as the Atlanta Chapter, reached this prestigious distinction on October 6, 2014. Learn more about the historical milestones of the Atlanta AGO.
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The Atlanta Chapter of the American Guild of Organists brings together musicians and music lovers to inspire passion for the organ and to advance the causes of organ and choral music. We create a community to uplift organists and promote the use of organ and choral music in both spiritual and secular celebration.
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The American Guild of Organists offers five levels of certification for musicians who fulfill educational requirements and successfully complete exams. Continuing education is required to maintain certification. Learn about the opportunities offered by AGO.Read More
The Atlanta chapter of the American Guild of Organists sponsors community events for members and the public. Our Chapter Newsletter keeps you up-to-date on current endeavors. Find out more about our newsletter and subscribe here.Read More