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Purpose statement of the AAGO. – Free Online Library
Archived from the original on 15 May The AGO sponsors a number of education programs, including aagi Organ Encounters,” which are intended to introduce youth to the organ and its workings. The organization holds national conventions in even-numbered years and regional conventions in odd-numbered years. Michael Bedford is currently president, elected in to a two-year term and re-elected in for another two years.
The European chapter is the oldest international chapter, with many members in France and Germanyas well as some in other countries. Pages using infobox organization with unsupported parameters.
The Executive Director is a non-voting member of the National Council. The Board of Regional Councillors meets in person with the National Council once per year with voice, but no vote. Membership is not limited to professional organists, but is open to anybody with an interest in the organ and organ music. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. New York, New York. Its masthead proclaims the journal’s goal, to further the AGO’s ” This page was last edited on 4 Septemberat Renowned organists on these Master Series videos are: The Regional Councillors are elected by the members of the Guild assigned to Chapters within each of the seven regions.
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Now titled The American Organistthe monthly magazine is the official journal of the AGO for members and non-member subscribers. Retrieved 25 November National Councillors coordinate and represent to the National Council specific areas of the work of the Guild—education, membership, competitions and new music, conventions, and finance and development.
Retrieved from ” https: Appointed District Conveners are responsible for the development of the Guild’s interests in each state or area located within the Region.
New York State Library web site. These international chapters formally affiliate with the AGO rather than other professional associations that may already exist in their country, such as the Royal Canadian College of Organists or Royal College of Organists UK.
The four National Officers, three National Councillors with committees in portfolio, and the Chair of the Board of Regional Councillors selected by the seven Regional Councillors from among their number are members of the National Council.
Founded as both an educational and service organization, it was chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York inwith the authority to grant titles of associate or fellow to members who passed required examinations.
Inthe AGO began publishing Musica news journal for its membership. Views Read Edit View history. The national convention held in Washington, D. The AGO issues several professional certificates and designations upon completion of the appropriate exams and membership in good standing: He succeeded John C.
Languages Boarisch Deutsch Esperanto Edit links. Over the years, a number of journak chapters have been formed and are grouped into the following AGO regions:.
American Guild of Organists. In addition to District Conveners, Regional Coordinators are appointed to assist the Regional Councillor and a National Councillor in coordinating work of a specific portfolio area of the Guild within the Region, such as education and professional concerns. It also produces a series of instructional DVDs for organists, providing insights into advanced playing technique, organ registration, improvisation, and interpretation.
The illustrated periodical features news about new and restored pipe organs, concert programs, research into organ literature, chapter activities, and reviews of new organ compact discs.