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Buzard Organs features a wide array of beautiful instruments, by a number of accomplished builders. Click a link below to explore our work in greater detail […] Read More

John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders ❖ 217-352-1955 112 West Hill Street ❖ Champaign, IL 61820 2020 Service Projects at Buzard This has been the most unusual of years for everyone, with our entire company and Service Department of course being no exception.  We successfully shut down for several weeks and are still in business […] Read More

Please enjoy this video walking through the organ! Removing the bottom note of the wood Open Diapason from the original front chamber! The photo is our Tonal Director's sketch of the expanded façade, taking the 19th-century case and expanding it to encompass the entire instrument […] Read More

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Buzard Pipe Organ Builders was privileged to complete a major rebuilding project of the organ at Kenwood United Methodist Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The church's 1928/1948 Austin organ underwent the following repairs and improvements. Mechanical restoration of the front organ. Replacement of the console and relay. New chestwork for the Solo. A new 5-stop electropneumatic […] Read More

The congregation, founded in 1879, purchased the organ from Casavant Frères, Limitée, Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada in 1922 as their opus 940 and 941 (the latter number for the antiphonal divisions). A console by Austin Organs, Incorporated, replaced the original console. The organ has nine divisions (Great, Swell, Choir, Solo, Choir Echo, Solo Echo, Corridor Diapason, […] Read More

The people at Hayes Barton United Methodist Church will always have a very special place in my heart and in our Company’s history. The Organ Committee, led by parishioner Mary Moss and Music Director Mike Trexler, fell in love with our instruments when they visited All Saints Episcopal Church in Atlanta, GA, our Opus 29 […] Read More