Welcome to the AGO Miami website!
We hope that this site will inform you of local and regional activities of the American Guild of Organists and provide you with links to information about what the Guild does on a national level. This site will also tell you how to become a member of the AGO. The Guild has been in existence for over a hundred years and is the pre-eminent professional organization for organists and church musicians in the United States. In addition to sponsoring national and regional conventions, the AGO, at its national website, hosts and provides a wealth of information about the organ and its music. We of the Miami Chapter extend an invitation to you to join your voice with ours as we celebrate the King of Instruments.
Guild membership has its privileges! Members enjoy concerts and master class opportunities with nationally acclaimed artists, professional development, and networking with fellow musicians throughout South Florida. For further information on joining our chapter, click the "Join Us" link to the left. We hope to see you soon at one of our many programs.
AGO Officers and Incoming Board Members
Our Miami Chapter owes great thanks to our outgoing officers and board members for their generous service to our chapter, with special thanks to Joanne Schulte, who is completing her term as Chapter Dean. Thank you, Joanne, for all your dedication to our Miami AGO Chapter.
To be elected by affirmation at our meeting Sunday, September 18th at Edson Chapel on the grounds of Plymouth Congregational Church, Coconut Grove. (Click on the Chapter Officers page on the left to see the proposed slate of officers.
SUBSTITUTE ORGANIST LISTINGS
If you would like to have your name listed in the Substitute Organist listing, contact Betty Rice firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a matter of policy, the Miami AGO Chapter provides this information as a service without evaluating their proficiency. Churches and individuals seeking a substitute are encouraged to ask for references or audition prospects.
Christopher Harrell, Dean
Miami Chapter AGO