Current work

The Concert Hall organ at the Royal Academy of Music · Copenhagen

The Concert Hall organ at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen was built in 1946 by Marcussen & Son. The concert hall was then home of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation. In the 2017-2018 the organ’s manual divisions will be restored (the Pedal organ was restored in 2011). Among other things  electro-pneumatic key action will be renewed and new digital transmitting and combinations systems will be installed. Basun 16′ and Trompet 8′ will be added in the Pedal and the existing chamade Trumpets will change names to Trompette 8′ and Bombarde 16′.

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New Kopervik Church in Norway

In 2018 a new organ will be installed in the New Kopervik Church in Norway. The organ will have 21 stops on Great, Swell and Pedal organ.

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Trinity Church · Esbjerg

The organ at Trinity Church in Esbjerg will be extended from 28 to 41 stops. The organ was originally built 1966 by Frederiksborg Orgelbyggeri, and rebuilt and extended in 1991 by P. Bruhn & Son.

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Dråby Church

In 2016 we are restoring the organ at Draaby Church. The organ (12 stops, 2 M&P) was built in 1858 to Mariager Church by Demant & Son. In 1972 the organ was relocated to Draaby Church. Over the years the organ was changed and restored several times.

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Restoration of the organ in the Moravian Church, Christiansfeld

The Moravian Church in Christiansfeld has existed since 1773 when the town was founded as a Moravian community. Christiansfeld was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015.
The organ was built by Marcussen & Søn in 1865, with 21 stops, 2 manuals and pedal. The organ will be restored and the original specification will be re-established.

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New Organ for Roedovre Church

In the spring 2017 a new organ will be installed in Roedovre Church (close to Copenhagen). 18 stops on Great, Swell and Pedal.

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