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An appreciation of organ music and organs in the QLD community

About Us

Founded in 1952 by pipe organ music enthusiasts.  The Organ Society of Queensland aims to promote an appreciation of organ music and organs in the community, and to provide an avenue for discussion of matters of mutual interest to organists. ​

Our Vision

The Organ Society of Queensland wishes to encourage all people to study the organ, particularly in the special art of organ playing.


We share a great enthusiasm for the organ and organ music, whether you are starting the instrument, or wishing to advance your studies.

Our vision is to improve the public appreciation and understanding of the organ.

Close up of organ keyboard


Membership is open to all who are interested in furthering these aims, organists and listeners alike.

Activities of the OSQ include organ concerts, talks and workshops on organs and organ music, performance of organ music in various contexts (church music, concerts, etc), organ building, and other related topics; organ rambles i.e. inspection visits to organs in various localities, plus CD/DVD functions and Special Events.

5 keyboards of a large organ

News & Events

Patron's Address at the OSQ 70th Anniversary

Here is a highlights reel of the address which the Society's Patron, Emeritus Professor Peter Roennfeldt gave at the recent 70th Anniversary Dinner of the Society. He covers the history of organ music and its identities in Queensland, and some reflections of his own journey in organ music. The reel is about 11 minutes long.  This video can be expanded to play in full screen. After playing it will return here.

The carved wood facade of an organ

QLD Organs

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Learn More

Visit the Learn page to gain insightful knowledge on how to learn the organ, maintain your organ, and access further resources about organs.

Looking to Get in Contact?

If you are interested in joining or learning more about our society, get in contact and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

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