|Friday, 7/10/2020||4:30 PM – 5:00 PM||2020 NYACOP Winner’s Recital|
|5:00 PM – 6:00 PM||Closing Choral Evensong|
|6:00 PM – 7:30 PM||Friday Dinner|
|6:00 PM – 7:15 PM||Buses Leave for Peachtree Road United Methodist Church|
The Cathedral of St. Philip is located at 2744 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30305.
About the Cathedral
Established in 1846 and designated the cathedral for the Diocese of Atlanta at its inception in 1907, the Cathedral of St. Philip has occupied its current campus in Buckhead since 1933. Mikell Chapel was completed in 1947 and the Cathedral Nave was completed in 1962. In 2004, much of the campus experienced extensive renovation when the current educational wing of the main building was added.
Visit our website at www.cathedralatl.org.
The classical American organ company Aeolian-Skinner built the Cathedral’s 96-rank main organ (Opus 1399) immediately after completion of the main Cathedral worship space in 1962. The organ then underwent tonal revisions in 1992 after significant renovations of the Cathedral’s acoustic earlier that year. The current organ console, built by Schoenstein & Co., was added in 2011.
|Manufacturer:||Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company|
|1962 – Op. 1399|
|1992 – Tonal revisions, additions and reconfigurations|
John Hendriksen, former Aeolian-Skinner flue voicer, performed tonal revisions.
Gallery Organ silenced; pipes were incorporated into the Great and Swell.
|Manufacturer:||Schoenstein & Co.|
|2011 – New console|
|(Click here for detailed specifications about the organ.)|