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American Guild of Organists

Low Country Chapter
2014 – 2015 Officers & Departments

Jonathan C. Davis
Dean
843.540.1232
icompose4u@gmail.com

Nina L. Rodman
Sub Dean
843.363.6471
ninarodman@aol.com

Gilbert G. Campbell
Secretary
843.681.6751
gilonhhi@gmail.com

Gary R. Rakestraw
Treasurer
843.521.4060
grakestraw@hotmail.com

Thomas M. Fierro (2015)
Dr. JooSoo Son (2016)
Beth Corry (2017)

Members at Large

Greg L. Hollinger
Registrar
843.706.9928

pvrcohio@aol.com

Dr. JooSoo Son
Director – Placement & Substitutes
mlmhsk@hotmail.com

Gary R. Rakestraw
Website Manager
843.521.4060
grakestraw@hotmail.com

Cdr. William Holiman, USN
Chapter Chaplain
Marine Corps Air Station Chapel, Beaufort

National AGO Web Site
www.agohq.org

Welcome to the Official Website of the Low Country Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

We are located on the sunny southeast coast of South Carolina and cover several counties including Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton with members throughout the area.

We hope that you use our website to find out more about us, about our programs, and about our area. Many fine musicians call the Low Country their home and we are proud to number them among our members and friends!

Upcoming Second Friday at Noon Concert

October 10, 2014

St. Luke’s Church
50 Pope Avenue
Hilton Head Island, SC

St. Luke's Kney

Gil Campbell and Friends

Highlights will include music of Bach, Handel, Pachelbel and Buxtehude.
The program will include Bach’s Little G Minor Fugue, a couple of pieces from Handel’s Water Music, Pachelbel’s Canon (organ-piano duet) and Buxtehude Fantasia. The concert will conclude with Festive Trumpet Tune by David German.

Admission is free.  Donations are accepted.


Organ Registration Session

Saturday, October 18, 10 am

First Presbyterian Church

Hilton Head Island,  SC

Jerry Myers, host
 Please join us for an informal yet informative session of organ registration. Over the years, many of us have developed registration schemes for hymns, anthems, organ preludes, and just our favorite organ pieces. Sharing those little ideas with each other is not only educational, but fun as well.