University of Evansville Pipe Organs

University of Evansville organ students have excellent equipment for practice and performance.

A three manual and pedal, 28 stop, 38 rank Holtkamp organ in Wheeler Concert Hall serves as the primary teaching and performance instrument.

A two manual and pedal, 23 stop, 31 rank Holtkamp organ, and a one manual and pedal 4 stop Fisk organ in Neu Chapel are used for teaching, practice, and concerts.

A one manual, 3 stop portative organ built by John Schreiner is used for practice and for chamber music performance. A two manual and pedal, 3 rank Reuter practice organ is housed in the Krannert Hall of Fine Arts.



Wheeler Concert Hall
Holtkamp Organ (1963)

The Holtkamp Organ in Wheeler Concert Hall

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Neu Chapel
Holtkamp Organ (1966)

The Holtkamp Organ in Neu Chapel

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Neu Chapel
Charles Fisk Organ, Opus 52 (1968)

The C.B. Fisk Organ in Neu Chapel

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Francile McGary Portativ Organ
John Schreiner, Opus 4 (2000)

The McGary Portativ Organ

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