The American Guild of Organists
Northeastern Connecticut Chapter, est. 1978
Welcome to the official website of the Northeastern Connecticut Chapter of the American Guild of organists! 

Founded in 1978 under the leadership of L. Cameron Johnson, we are a small but diverse group of professional colleagues and organ enthusiasts dedicated to the advancement of the organ and its music in Northeastern Connecticut. We invite you to consider joining us in learning and fellowship as a member of our chapter. Please check our calendar for up coming events.

                       Celebrating 45 years in the AGO!

Substitute List
Organist Wanted

2023 - 2024 CALENDAR

Friday, September 8 at 6:30pm: 
Opening Meeting/Social/Potluck at the home of 
Mike Foley, 80 Ellington Rd, Tolland

Saturday, October 28 at 7pm:
“Spooky Pipes” Halloween Concert, 
at St. Mary Church, 48 Valley Street, Willimantic
Organizers: Angela Salcedo, Michael McCarthy, Fred North

Monday, November 6
Chapter Organ Crawl: 
Location & times TBA
organizer: Mike Foley

Saturday, January 27 at 10:00 (Snow date Saturday, February 3 at 10:00)
Choral Workshop: 
First Congregational Church of Coventry, 1171 Main St, Coventry
Host: Fred North

Saturday, March 2 at 10:00 (Snow date: Saturday, March 10 at 10:00)
Workshop on Hybrid Organs:
Hazardville United Methodist Church, 330 Hazard Ave, Enfield
Organizer: Rich Calusine

Sunday, April 21(?), at 4:00pm
Members Recital: 
at St. Joseph Church, 99 Jackson Street, Willimantic 
in conjunction with their 150th Anniversary!
Organizer and host: Michael McCarthy
Performers to include: Ted Bradley, Fred North, Dianne Rechel

Saturday, June 1 at 11:00am
L. Cameron Johnson Young Organist Competition
 at the Congregational Church, 2 North Eagleville Rd, Storrs
Organizer: Angela Salcedo

 Friday, June 7 or 14? at 6:30pm
Year-End Meeting and Social:
at TBA


                                                                       SPECIAL MESSAGE
Mike Foley reports that Foley-Baker is looking to hire some pipe organ tech-trainees. If you’re naturally mechanical and love the instrument, this is your chance for a possible added or change of career. Wages and working conditions are good. There is travel and some long days. Needless to say, they’re also interested in people who already have some training under their belt. Their headquarters is in Tolland. Contact Mike at 860-463-0618 or email him at