We are a group of organists, choir directors and other organ fans in the Grand Strand area of South Carolina.
The American Guild of Organ (AGO) is a national organization which promotes the organ in its historic and evolving roles, encourages excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and provides a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.
Our chapter was formed in 2010 and welcomes new members. We have a lively program of activities, including 'organ crawls', regular meetings (with food!), music try outs, and workshops: and everyone appreciates the fellowship of our meetings. Why not join us?
Welcome to the website of the Grand Strand Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Our chapter brings together clergy, organists, and lovers of organ music in the Grand Strand Region of South Carolina to provide programs, instruction, and concerts. Recent programs have included a Festival of Harmonizations with chapter organists performing; partnering with Trinity Episcopal Church, Myrtle Beach, to present Nicole Keller, a nationally acclaimed organist, in concert; and a Choral Festival with area choirs participating.
The fine arts are alive and well in this region with many talented professional and amateur organists. Our chapter is committed to broadening the scope of support for the arts as well as organists in this area. I encourage you to browse our website for information about our chapter and contact us if we can be of assistance.
Billy Fallaw, MM
The Grand Strand chapter is also happy to help you if you need an organist. Brides and Wedding Organizers might also be interested in the Music Resources pages, including information about Wedding Music and other Musicians in the area. If you need a substitute organist check out our Substitutes page, and to advertise a vacancy please contact our Communications Coordinator.
We have members from across the region, including Myrtle Beach, Surfside, Georgetown, Pawley's Island, Conway, Surfside, Garden City, Indiantown and Mcclellanville