About OHTA

Find out about the Organ Historical Trust of Australia, how to become a member, how to subscribe to our Journal OHTA News and contact details for the Council members.

 

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Directors' Report and Financial Statements
for the Year ended 30 June 2014

 






   
Historic Organs of Australia

Many of our historic instruments have been documented with histories, specifications and photos listed under each State link below. Although not all historic, the most important organs found in our Cathedrals, main City Churches, Town Halls, Concert Halls, Universities and Conservatoria have also been included.

 

Organs of Australia & New Zealand
(general index page including links to neighbouring countries)


New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
Tasmania
Australian Capital Territory
Northern Territory







 
OHTA Conferences

Our conferences are an excellent way to get to know our heritage of historical instruments intimately. Here are links to the photos and documentation of the organs visited during our conferences.

 

 

OHTA annual Conferences
2014 Queensland
2013 South Australia
2012 Western Australia
2011 Tasmania
2010 Sydney and the Central West of NSW
2009 Adelaide and the Barossa region
2008 Melbourne and regional Victoria
2007 Queensland
2006 New Zealand
2005 Sydney & Hunter Valley
2004 Western Australia
2003 Riverina
2002 Tasmania









   

Useful Resources

Our web site contains information on organs in Australia and a list of Australian organ composers and their compositions, a list of redundant organs and details for churches considering restoring instruments.

  The Organ in Australia
Organ Gazetteers
Redundant Organs
Conservation and Maintenance Guide
Fund-raising for restoring organs
Documentation
Hill & Son records for organs in Australia and New Zealand
Australian compositions for Organ
Directory for organising Organ Recitals in Australia
Website Updates
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The Christopher Dearnley Award

The Christopher Dearnley Award is awarded for new recordings or the re-release of archival recordings made on Australian pipe organs, or Australian recordings involving a significant local pipe organ component.


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