Thank you for browsing our Gallery! It is designed to show you the elegance and artistry which we put into every project. It’s important to us that every instrument we build or renovate be perfect for the space in which it’s installed. If we have the privilege to design your new organ, you can be assured that it will look as though it had always been there, that it will sound warm and rich, and be a living part of your worship experience for many generations.

When you commission Buzard Pipe Organ Builders for your pipe organ, you’re engaging talented craftsmen and artists to build you a beautiful piece of functional art which will stand the test of time. You’ll enjoy working with us, and we are eager to meet you!

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St. George's Episcopal Church, Nashville, Tennessee has commissioned our Opus 48.  This four manual and pedal organ is presently under construction in our factory, and is scheduled for installation in 2022. Initially it will have 50 stops and 58 ranks, including a fully enclosed 32'-16'-8' Trombone/Tromba, as well as a fully enclosed 16' Ophicleide/Tuba.  When […] Read More

Countryside Community Church has begun an exciting new chapter in its ministerial life.  The Congregation has bonded with a Jewish Synagogue and a Muslim Mosque, purchasing land together and sharing infrastructure to create a “Tri-Faith Campus” in which Congregations from all three Abrahamic faiths live together in unity.  The Synagogue and Mosque are built; the […] Read More

Our Opus 43 from 2014 is a mechanical action continuo organ crafted especially for Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Blue Lake, Michigan.  The stops are divided Treble (left side) and Bass (right side).  It contains an 8' Holzgedeckt, 4' Kleinflöte, 2' Prinzipal and 1 1/3' Quinte.  There is a transposer knob that shifts from […] Read More

This 1948 Möller Artiste has a new home in Joliet.

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

John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders has completed its Opus 46 new organ for Central United Methodist Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  The new instrument has 44 independent speaking stops and 54 ranks of pipes distributed across three manual and pedal divisions: Great, Swell, Solo and Pedal.  A substantial portion of the Great Division (flutes, strings and […] Read More

Pilgrim Lutheran Church selected Buzard Pipe Organ Builders more than ten years ago to build the organ, which was contingent upon them erecting a new Church building following sale of their former properties. Their Organ Committee was most impressed with our organs’ warm singing quality and tonal blend and balance, and that all of them […] Read More

This new three manual and pedal organ has 47 independent speaking stops and 61 ranks of pipes and incorporates several sets of pipes from the Church’s former organ, a 19th Century Johnson which was heavily modified in the 1970’s. It incorporates the best components of the former organ’s façade blended with new pipes to present […] Read More

The new organ at St. Bridget Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia is the 42nd new organ to come from the workshop of John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders in Champaign, Illinois. It was completed on October 1st 2013, and inaugurated by Ken Cowan in concert on November 15th. The organ’s visual design was guided by the […] Read More

From John-Paul: Sometimes great new organs result when materials from older instruments are re-crafted and re-purposed. Many of the best builders throughout history have re-used former instruments to varying degrees in their new work. Our Opus 41 began life as a Moller Organ, rebuilt and enlarged several times during its history. We happily agreed to […] Read More