Rodgers 60th Anniversary – Enhancing The Spiritual Experience Since 1958

Since 1958, Rodgers Instruments has been committed to heightening the spiritual experience of audiences with the transformational power of music.

Since its founding, Rodgers has been building the finest church organs available with expert craftsmanship, attention to detail and devotion to faithfully creating a true American pipe organ sound that is beyond expectation.

Still residing in the same county in which it was born (Washington County, Oregon), Rodgers continues to push the art of organ building with the goal of faithfully delivering the emotionally and spiritually lifting experience of the American pipe organ sound to a new generation of performers and audiences around the world.
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Letter From Ted Good on RODGERS Organ Co. Purchased by the Vandeweerd Family

Hello friends.

There has been a lot of speculation recently (and sadly, lots of false information) about the Rodgers Organ Company and we are really happy that we’re finally able to reveal this tremendous good news to you.

A “LONG-SOUGHT” CELEBRATION:  Last week we attended a great music industry celebration in Anaheim, California with Marco Vandeweerd and Jon Moesbergen whose family owns and manufactures three world renowned digital church organ brands in their home country of Holland.*  The event celebrated the Vandeweerd family’s successful and long-sought purchase of the Rodgers Organ Company from the Roland Corporation. This effort was five years in the making and the addition of Rodgers establishes the Vandeweerd family as the largest builders of digital church organs and hybrid pipe organs in the world.  We are so glad to be able to finally tell you about it Continue reading

Making an Impression With Felix Hell and a Remarkable Installation


Faith Lutheran Church in Akron, OH was packed with parishioners and visitors on Sunday, November 9 for the dedication recital of the church’s Infinity 484 hybrid installation. The recital was performed by Felix Hell, who showcased the installation’s impressive flexibility with extraordinary skill and virtuosity.

The Infinity 484 Platinum Edition console was interfaced with the church’s original Schantz organ (dating from the 1960s). The church’s Director of Music is Bob Mollard, President of Mollard Batons, who provided the custom batons for those attending the 2014 North American Dealer Meeting in May. Continue reading

Organ Competition To Focus On Younger Performers

Rodgers Instruments Corporation is pleased to announce that the Rodgers North American Classical Organ Competition has been revamped and will have a new focus on young performers starting in 2015.

When the competition began in 2011, it was open to organists up to the age of 35. Now, with the spectacular performances that the judges have seen from younger musicians during the past several years, it will become an event exclusively for 14- to 22-year-olds.

Audition recordings will be accepted starting this fall. The deadline to submit audition recordings is January 5, 2015. Judges will select finalists based on the recordings, and the winners will be determined after a final round of performances on May 5, 2015. Continue reading

It’s time to trade to Infinity

If you’ve ever owned a Rodgers organ, you know their value and longevity. If you have one of the analog organs Rodgers manufactured prior to 1991 – or even an analog organ from that era built by another company – this is the perfect time to trade up to an exciting Rodgers Infinity Series organ.

Between now and Oct. 30, 2014, Rodgers is offering the “Trade to Infinity” program. Any organ owner in the United States who trades in one of these analog instruments and purchases a new Infinity Series organ from an authorized Rodgers representative is eligible to receive a $2,014 rebate. Continue reading

Free Organ Shoes Offer

For a limited time, Roland Classic dealers in the U.S. are conducting a special survey to learn more about organists’ views on the Roland Classic C-330 console organ. Between now and April 30, 2014, while supplies last, each person who completes an in-store evaluation of the C-330 will receive a free pair of OrganMaster shoes from Rodgers – a $60 value!  Continue reading