Congratulations to Tyler Boehmer for taking first place in the Utah Valley/Salt Lake City Quimby Regional Competition for Young Organists (RYCO). The competition was held on March 14, 2015, at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Salt Lake City. Tyler will compete at the Regional Convention in San Diego, in June, 2015. Tyler began his musical […]
February 10, 2015To All Guild Leaders: The AGO National Council has established new dues rates for all dues categories. The new rates will appear on the April 1 renewal notices that AGO Headquarters will send to current chapter members renewing for the 2015-2016 membership year. These rates are $100 for Regular members; $75 for […]
The music scores and recordings of Argentine-born organist/composer Norberto Guinaldo have been preserved online at GuinaldoPublications.com. Of interest to LDS organists are the meditations and fantasies on LDS hymns, as well as many familiar liturgical hymns and carols. Guinaldo’s music is of the highest caliber. Church organists, recitalists, and congregations will benefit greatly by being […]
On Friday, October 17, 2014, the UVAGO chapter held an inspiring member recital to honor our friend and colleague, Dr. Douglas E. Bush, who passed away on October 4, 2013. The recital was held at 7:30 p.m. in the Oak Hills Stake Center, 925 E. North Temple Drive, in Provo. Doug had a significant and […]
Congratulations to Mike Carson! His choral composition “All Beautiful the March of Days” was published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company in San Diego, California.
Pedals, Pipes, & Pizza is a partial-day event designed to give children and youth a brief introduction to the pipe organ and its music. The Utah Valley chapter hosts this event each year in January
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Don Cook has won the AGO National election and will serve as the new Councillor for Education, effective July 1, 2014. Don brings a host of educational experience to this position and will represent the AGO well.
Our chapter is committed to helping all organists—beginners to advanced—by offering workshops, lectures, recitals, and other activities to help improve their organ skills. Anyone who is interested in the organ, even if not an organist, is invited to come learn with us.