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Rodgers Infinity II 361 Organ, New Cumberland

"This instrument is amazing! and I am loving it!"

--- Organist Ed S.

St. Theresa Catholic Parish in New Cumberland, PA St. Theresa Catholic Parish in New Cumberland, PA, near Harrisburg, is the proud owner of the phenomenal new Rodgers Infinity II 361 Church Organ. When the church became aware of their need for a new instrument, there was one major criteria in addition to authentic pipe organ sound and function – they needed a separate organ system to accompany the choir. The Rodgers Infinity II 361 was the solution to their quest…

Rodgers Artist 589 Church Organ

"I love the new 'pipe' organ! It just sounds beautiful in our new church!"

--- Parishioner

The Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Cornwall, PA are very happy owners of a new Rodgers Artist Series 589 church organ. Cornwall is a small mining town in Southern Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, and was the location of a colonial iron furnace. The original congregation was from 1848, but this burgeoning parish had outgrown its historic 1886 building. The new church was designed to look very similar both in architecture and finishes, though with more modern amenities as well as space. During the…

Sell Chapel, Masonic Villages, Elizabethtown, PA

The new organ is fantastic! I love it!

--- Organist Margaret R.

The great folks at Sell Chapel in the Masonic Villages of Elizabethtown, PA have been clients of the Buch Organ Company for years. About 13 years ago, the Buch Organ Company upgraded the original pipe organ console to a digital control system, a digital Choir Division was added and additional digital voices were added to fill in and update the original specification. The organ was not re-leathered at that time, but many wind leaks now indicated that the…

Bethany United Church of Christ

"This installation is a work of art! This is why the organ has such wonderful sound and presence in the room!" - (Comment live during dedication concert.)

--- Maestro Hector Olivera

Bethany United Church of Christ, in the center of Ephrata, is now home to the first Rodgers Infinity 361 Colonial. In a classic case of a two-manual pipe organ rebuild costing more than a brand new Rodgers Organ, the church opted for the Rodgers Infinity 361. In actuality, the search began nearly 3 years ago, when the committee was inspired by the sound of the Rodgers Masterpiece 908 organ at Salem Lutheran Church in … Kissel Hill. There…

Mary, Gate of Heaven Church, Myerstown, PA

"Doug, I have to tell you, Buch did an amazing job. The organ sounds great!"

--- Fr. Robert B.

Mary, Gate of Heaven Church was home to one of Buch’s organ technicians, William Monaghan.  When Bill was called to his eternal home early in 2012, the memorial service was filled with fellow parishioners, organists and organ builders – all friends.  He had a great impact on many who came to celebrate his life and memory. As a technician, Bill began collecting pipe work for his beloved parish in the hope that one day, they would be able…

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Mechanicsburg, PA

We are loving the new organ! Not a Sunday goes by that the organist doesn't surprise me with a great new sound!

--- Msgr. William King

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church is an active and growing church in the greater Harrisburg area. While planning renovations to update the church interior, the subject of the updating the organ entered the discussion. Both organist and priest of the church had heard of the new Rodgers Infinity organs and requested a demonstration. Both were immediately stunned and impressed by both the sound, the versatility and programmability of these amazing next generation instruments. At issue in the installation…

Rodgers Artist Series 599, Middletown, PA

I was 'happy' with my C-330, I'm ecstatic with the musical capabilities of the 599.

--- Walt S.

About a year ago, Walt began talking with Buch Organ Company about the purchase of a new C-330 for his home in Middletown, PA. A month later, we delivered the new organ much to Walt’s delight. After 6 months of intense practice and enjoyment, Walt decided to upgrade from the C-330 to, well, at first, the Rodgers Classic Series. After some thought, the Artist Series was really what he hoped for, but was not sure about the cost. Making…

Rodgers 599 Residence Organ

I’m very pleased with how the organ sounds!

--- Organist Bob L.

Giving due consideration to all the options, Organist Bob decided on the Rodgers Artist Series 599 for his home, actually his “organ cave.” Bob is what one might call an audiophile and “organo-phile.”  Having heard and played many Rodgers Organs, it was a fairly simple choice. The question was, can Rodgers make the 599 in a deep cherry finish? The truth is, whatever finish you want, Rodgers will match, though we did not have to go that far….

Cedar Grove Presbyterian Church, East Earl, PA

We love the organ! It sounds so great. Thank you!

--- Organist Doug W.

Cedar Grove Presbyterian Church is a small semi-rural congregation just outside of New Holland, PA.  Having owned a Rodgers Organ for the past 43 years, Associate Organist Mr. Weaver felt it was a good time to update to a new digital organ. Upon hearing the Masterpiece Signature 234B in the Buch Organ Company’s showroom, he was convinced that this would be the next organ the church would install. The church is very small and very old, with no…

Home Organ Installation in Middletown, PA

I’m enjoying the C-330 and practice immensely!

--- Organist Walt S.

Having played the C-330 previously, in the Choir Room of his Church, organist Walt was delighted to have the opportunity to have one in his home. Thanks to Rodgers’ “Spring into Action” promotion and a generous trade-in from Buch Organ Company for his older Rodgers 610, the Roland C-330 dream would now become reality… Walt chose the C-330 in Dark Oak (with tracker-touch), and as you may see from the photos, it is handsome “little” organ, taking up…

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