After apprenticeship and working in various companies in Switzerland, England, France an Japan, Peter set up is own workshop in Rheinfelden, Switzerland in 2004. He is fascinated by the unique combination in our profess
In 1986 he started his apprenticeship at the Sueddeutsche Orgelpfeifenfabrik Roland Killinger to become a pipe maker with educational at the Oscar Walcker Schule in Ludwigsburg, Germany. In 1989 he worked at the Killinger - reed making and voicing. Since 1995 workshop manager at Killinger. 2002 - CEO of KILLINGER PFEIFEN FREIBERG
Andrew joined Harrison & Harrison as an apprentice in 1994. At the age of 22 he became London Tuner. In 2012 Andrew has been responsible for the musical success of many projects, including the Royal Festival Hall and Ki
2nd ISO vice president and Secretary
Catarina Grönlund fourth generation of organbuilders in the Grönlund family and Company. She has since 1980 worked as organbuilder. Now she is managing director and also works with design, technical drawing, service and in the workshop.
Director and co-owner of Orgelbau Goll Luzern, Switzerland. He started his organbuilding apprenticeship after high school graduation, education in architecture and music. He is dedicated to the formation of young Swiss organbuilders.
Studied « history of art and musicology » (master thesis: “La facture d’orgues liégeoise au XVIII siècle: la dynastie des Le Picard et Robustelly” Musical studies at the Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Liège. Working since 1984 in the family business. P
Organbuilder since 1973. Apprenticeship at his father's shop, with Vier/Oberweiher (both Germany) and with Phelps, Erie, PA (USA).
ISO Journal Editor
In 1976, Bertrand Cattiaux startet his apprenticeship at Jean-Loup Boisseau in Poitiers. Associated with him for 20 years (Boisseau-Cattiaux), he founded the Atelier Bertrand Cattiaux in Liourdres in the south-west of France in 1998. The company has 8 employees.
Bertrand Cattiaux has been an ISO member since 1998 and has organized several workshops around French harmony.
1st ISO vice president
Didier Grassins interest in organbulding began in the shadow the famous Clicquot organ of Poitiers, France, his native town. His professional path took him through several years as freelance designer, working for many m