Events

Viscount Organs of Michigan hosts concerts, workshops, masterclasses, and more to showcase new instruments and installations. We routinely offer promotions where you can have a new Viscount Organ installed in your church or chapel to introduce your congregation to these amazing instruments before you buy.

Upcoming Concert


Sacred & Spiritual

A Concert of Music for Organ & Tenor

Featuring the Viscount Sonus 359 Organ


Johnny Kash, Organist

Matthew Moore, Tenor


Saturday, October 19, 2019

6:00 p.m.


SS. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church

7685 Grandville

Detroit, MI 48228

313-846-2222

Introducing Physis Technology to Michigan Organists

Viscount Organs are the largest builder of church organs in the world, but relatively unknown in the United States. Physis (Physical Modeling) Technology has taken the international organ world by storm and we'd like to show you why and how it, for the first time, brings true realism to the sound of a Digital Pipeless Organ. This technology also excels at controlling real wind blown pipes and we have products that can enhance an already existing pipe organ in ways previously unimaginable. 


Viscount also produces a product that accurately creates the vintage tone-wheel (Hammond B3) organ sound and we are working to have one on hand as well for organists interested in Gospel or Contemporary music where this instrument would be at home. 


We have reserved a dozen dates and times to invite guests to come and see, learn, hear and play new Viscount Physis Organ technology. Since we have 12 opportunities scheduled, we wish to be prepared, so please let us know when you'd like to attend and how many people you might bring along!

Monday, October 7, 2019

9am - 1pm


Wednesday, October 9, 2019

4pm - 6pm and 8pm - 10pm


Friday, October 11, 2019

9am - 1pm


Monday, October 14, 2019

9am - 1pm


Friday, October 18, 2019

9am - 1pm

9am - 1pm


Wednesday, October 23, 2019

4pm - 6pm and 8pm - 10pm


Friday, October 25, 2019

9am - 1pm


Monday, October 28, 2019

9am - 1pm