What Is the BYU Organ Workshop?

Coming to BYU August 5-8, 2020, the BYU Organ Workshop is an intensive four-day program designed for organ skill-building for all organ levels. Enhance your organ-playing skills for your own enjoyment, for church service, or for teaching. Discover and improve your talents and proficiency as you learn valuable techniques and tips from skilled instructors. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced organist, the workshop has much in store for you. Classes with customized instruction and supervised practice are offered for your specific level.

The BYU Organ Workshop will help you develop your own organ-playing proficiency as well as acquire key pedagogical skills for teaching. Study with faculty members who are capable and talented organists with years of experience. Smaller classes will give you personalized attention and hands-on instruction and practice.

Three workshop highlights give participants inspiring evenings to remember—a workshop Hymn Sing, an organ recital, and a field trip to Salt Lake City where, in 2020, you'll have the opportunity to participate in our Open Console Experience and play one of the big organs on Temple Square!  

The BYU Organ Workshop is an extension of the organ portion of the Workshop on Church Music, which ran at BYU between 1979 and 1999. The BYU Organ Workshop started as its own program in 2002 and is in its 18th year of operation.

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About Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University is located in Provo, Utah, a city of 118,000 located 45 miles south of Salt Lake City. Provo sits 4,560 feet above sea level and rests between the 23-mile-long Utah Lake

and the peaks of the Wasatch Mountains. The 560- acre campus was established in 1875.

Known for its academically minded and internationally experienced student body, its world-class teaching and beautiful mountain location, BYU is also recognized for its extensive language programs, talented performing arts ensembles, outstanding sports programs and devotion to combining solid scholarship with the ideals and principles of its sponsor, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.