A magnificent new custom-made Reiger organ was installed at the beginning of this year after many years of planning.  The donors, Nicky and Strilli Oppenheimer generously made this instrument available, not only to enrich and enhance our worship, but to function as a performance instrument for international and local recitalists.  We have since been privileged to host a number of the world’s top organists at full-house performances and we are also gla to host monthly recitals before evensong of our best local organists.

Johannesburg, St. George’s Church, Parktown (RSA)

19 September, 2012

The 33 registers are subdivided into 10 stops in the Great, 15 in the Swell and 8 stops in the Pedal.

Currently the voicing of the organ is being done.


The inauguration of the new organ for the St. George’s Church, Parktown in Johannesburg will take place on Saturday the 21st of April 2012.

Organ to dance in Parktown

28 May, 2012

One of UK’s best-known organists, Gordon Stewart, is in Joburg to give two concerts at the St George’s Anglican Church in Parktown.

SCOTSMAN Gordon Stewart put on his “dancing shoes”, and proceeded to make glorious music. Not with his shoes but with his hands and feet on the newly installed organ in St George’s Anglican Church in Parktown.


Decorated organist to give Gauteng the royal treatment

John Scott, regarded as one of the leading concert organists in the world, will bring his “Rolls Royce” quality music to Johannesburg and Pretoria audiences in August.

Scott’s much-anticipated concerts form part of the series of visiting organists performing on the splendid new Rieger organ at St George’s Church, Parktown. The series continues until February 2013. The UK-born, US-based Scott was organist of St Paul’s Cathedral in London for many years, where he played for the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

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