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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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

  Please enjoy Katelyn Emerson playing Widor's Toccata on this marvelous organ! The new Gallery Organ at Saint Vincent’s of 51 stops and 72 ranks of pipes was installed beginning in July, 2014 and completed in October, having spent the previous year and a half in construction. The Basilica is home to Saint Vincent Archabbey, […] 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

Please enjoy this performance of "This Little Babe" by Benjamin Britten transcribed for organ solo by S. Andrew Lloyd who is also the artist. St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church, San Antonio, is a vibrant Christian community of 5,000 families, located about twenty minutes north of the San Antonio International Airport in a new residential […] Read More

This instrument of 43 Stops and 56 Ranks of pipes is the 37th new organ built by Buzard Pipe Organ Builders of Champaign, Illinois. The Buzard firm had been selected as the Church's builder of choice in 1991, when plans were first developed to build a new Sanctuary. In recent years, when the original Victorian […] Read More

Sometimes pipe organs seem to naturally design themselves. Sometimes organs designs evolve, as the tastes and wishes of the client comes to light, as information about the building is confirmed, and as the client's process unfolds. In the case of King Avenue United Methodist Church, the organ's design was truly evolutionary, as the new organ […] Read More

The Artistic Concept Buzard Organ Opus 35 is a new Choir Accompanying Organ, housed in two mirror-image cases, located at the rear of the Church, framing a large stained glass window and the entry doors. The impetus for installing a portion of the Church's pipe organ at the Narthex was the expansion of the Parish's […] Read More

Did you know that the Jetsons are parishioners of Mount Pleasant Lutheran Church, Racine, Wisconsin? You know them: George, Jane (his wife), daughter Judy, and his boy, Elroy. Outside the world of futuristic fiction, they must have had an influence in the design of this church building, which is known regionally as "The Space Ship […] Read More

Zionsville, Indiana, is a quaint community about 30 minutes north of Indianapolis. It has retained its rural character, but added modern coffee shops, restaurants, and shopping along the historic Main Street. Farms dot the outlying area, inhabited primarily by today's generations of their founding families. Horses are kept for sport. Until only last year, Main […] Read More

  About the Organ, from the Builder Williamsburg Presbyterian Church is located on the main street entering Colonial Williamsburg, directly across from The College of William & Mary.  The original Church, built in the 1930’s and added to in the 1950’s, had become inadequate to meet the growing congregation’s needs.  The former instrument, a modest […] Read More