For more than five decades, Berghaus Pipe Organ Builders has been dedicated to the highest standard of quality in everything we do. Our goal - to craft the finest pipe organs available and to provide the best maintenance for instruments entrusted into our care.
Our new instruments have been commissioned for educational institutions, residences, and churches throughout the United States.
We are passionate craftsmen, dedicated to our trade.
We are artists, continuously refining our gifts.
We are technicians, innovating to advance our skills.
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Featuring the best in reliability and tonal quality, the Berghaus Continuo Organ is the intelligent choice for a variety of musical needs.
Used 32 Rank Berghaus Pipe Organ
Perfect medium-sized instrument for a smaller church, or chapel currently located in a closed parish in Chicago. It can be purchased either “as-is” or refurbished, delivered, and installed.
St. John Lutheran Church in Chaska, Minnesota and Berghaus signed an agreement at the end of August agreeing to the construction of a II/26 instrument. St. John's will be renovating their building while Berghaus constructs the new instrument, which will be located in the existing organ chamber. Both parties expect the organ to be installed in 2025.
Long before the parishes of St Catherine of Siena – St Lucy and St Giles merged as one in 2022, Berghaus Pipe Organ Builders and the leadership of St. Giles were working together to plan a pipe organ that would replace the existing instrument. Comprised of several different organs, the St Giles organ was woefully underpowered for the magnificent sanctuary on Columbian Avenue in Oak Park, IL.
Follow along as we post updates about this project in the coming months. Work-in-progress photos coming soon!
Our latest project at The Cathedral of St. Peter In Rockford is coming to a close!
Starting in July, 2022, we removed all the pipework and the console from the church. We refurbished the console and installed a new Peterson ICS-4000 to control the instrument.
We cleaned and refurbished all the pipework, and returned in January 2023 to Rockford to reinstall and re-voice it in time for a recital and workshop the weekend of March 17.