Les orgues de Paris
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Les facteurs d’orgue

du 21ème siècle

Bernard Aubertin (Courtefontaine, east of France) founded his firm in 1978. He learned his skills at firms like Haertmann, Bourgarel, Muhleisen. His activities comprise both restoration of old organs and construction of new organs. Within his company, Michel Gaillard is responsible for the restoration projects. He built the organ of Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile (2004) and restored the organ of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet (2014). Quentin Blumenroeder (*1971) founded his company La Manufacture d'orgues et de clavecin Blumenroeder in 1998, located at Haguenau since 2007. He learned his skills at the organ firms of Rémy Mahler (Pfaffenhoffen), Bernard Aubertin (Courtefontaine) and Émile Jobin, builder of cembalo’s (Paris). He is specialized in the construction of new, historically orientated instruments, copies of old instruments and the restoration of historical organs. He restored the organ of St. Séverin (2011) and rebuilt the organ of Eglise Protestante Unie Bastille-Foyer de l'Ame (2009). Bernard Cattiaux Olivier Chevron (*1967) worked at the firm of Jean-Loup Boisseau before he created his own firm in 2002. His activities comprise both construction and restoration, inspirated by historic instruments while respecting the needs of the organist of the XXIth century. He built the organ of the Chapelle Notre- Dame du Saint Sacrement (2017). Bernard Cogez (*1952) learned is skills at the firms of Delmotte and Loridan. He created his firm in 1979. He built the organs of Notre-Dame-des-Foyers (2001); Saint François d’Assise (2008). Bernard Dargassies Philippe Emeriau (*1950) learned his skills at the Hartmann company. He founded his firm in 1978 and is specialized in retoration works. He was part of the team which restored the organ of Notre-Dame-de-Paris in 1992 and restored (together with Yves Koenig) the organ of Saint-Ignace (1998/2012).
Yves Fossaert Gerhard Grenzing (*1942) completed his training as an organ builder at the Rudolf von Beckerath workshop in Hamburg. Between 1967 and 1972, he was devoted to the restoration and partial "rescue" of the organs in Majorca. He founded his own workshop in El Papiol near Barcelona in the mid-seventies. For the past 25 years, his son and daughter have worked for the company, Daniel Grenzing as voicer and Natalie Grenzing as head of the company’s management department. Gerhard Grenzing is now handing over the management of the company to his son and daughter. He built the organs of Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional Salle Alain (1996) and Maison de Radio- France (2015). Denis Lacorre Alain Léon (*1960) learned his skills from Yves Sévére and started his own company in 1994. He restored the organ of Saint-Pierre-du-Montrouge and will be restoring the organ of the Chapelle des Spiritains . Muhleisen Pels-Dhondt Laurent Plet (*1956) learned his skills from J. G. et Y Koenig and started his own company in 1983. He worked on the organ of Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois (2008) and Saint-Maurice de Becon (2015). Pascal Quoirin (*1948) learned his skills from Alain Sals and founded his own firm in 1976. His activities comprise both restoration of old organs ( Notre-Dame-de-Paris ) and construction of new organs ( Saint-Ferdinand-des-Ternes (1995). Rieger Jean-Pascal Villard (*1954) learned his skills at the Boisseau, Walcker, Ismayer and Garhammer workshops and started his own company in 1986. He restores old organs and constructs new organs. He worked on the organ of Saint-Germain-de- Charonne .
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Les orgues de Paris

Les facteurs

d’orgue

du 21ème siècle

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Bernard Aubertin (Courtefontaine, east of France) founded his firm in 1978. He learned his skills at firms like Haertmann, Bourgarel, Muhleisen. His activities comprise both restoration of old organs and construction of new organs. Within his company, Michel Gaillard is responsible for the restoration projects. He built the organ of Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile (2004) and restored the organ of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet (2014). Quentin Blumenroeder (*1971) founded his company La Manufacture d'orgues et de clavecin Blumenroeder in 1998, located at Haguenau since 2007. He learned his skills at the organ firms of Rémy Mahler (Pfaffenhoffen), Bernard Aubertin (Courtefontaine) and Émile Jobin, builder of cembalo’s (Paris). He is specialized in the construction of new, historically orientated instruments, copies of old instruments and the restoration of historical organs. He restored the organ of St. Séverin (2011) and rebuilt the organ of Eglise Protestante Unie Bastille-Foyer de l'Ame (2009). Bernard Cattiaux Olivier Chevron (*1967) worked at the firm of Jean-Loup Boisseau before he created his own firm in 2002. His activities comprise both construction and restoration, inspirated by historic instruments while respecting the needs of the organist of the XXIth century. He built the organ of the Chapelle Notre-Dame du Saint Sacrement (2017). Bernard Cogez (*1952) learned is skills at the firms of Delmotte and Loridan. He created his firm in 1979. He built the organs of Notre-Dame-des-Foyers (2001); Saint François d’Assise (2008). Bernard Dargassies Philippe Emeriau (*1950) learned his skills at the Hartmann company. He founded his firm in 1978 and is specialized in retoration works. He was part of the team which restored the organ of Notre-Dame-de-Paris in 1992 and restored (together with Yves Koenig) the organ of Saint-Ignace (1998/2012). Yves Fossaert Gerhard Grenzing (*1942) completed his training as an organ builder at the Rudolf von Beckerath workshop in Hamburg. Between 1967 and 1972, he was devoted to the restoration and partial "rescue" of the organs in Majorca. He founded his own workshop in El Papiol near Barcelona in the mid-seventies. For the past 25 years, his son and daughter have worked for the company, Daniel Grenzing as voicer and Natalie Grenzing as head of the company’s management department. Gerhard Grenzing is now handing over the management of the company to his son and daughter. He built the organs of Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional Salle Alain (1996) and Maison de Radio-France (2015). Denis Lacorre Alain Léon (*1960) learned his skills from Yves Sévére and started his own company in 1994. He restored the organ of Saint-Pierre-du- Montrouge and will be restoring the organ of the Chapelle des Spiritains . Muhleisen Pels-Dhondt Laurent Plet (*1956) learned his skills from J. G. et Y Koenig and started his own company in 1983. He worked on the organ of Saint- Germain-l'Auxerrois (2008) and Saint-Maurice de Becon (2015). Pascal Quoirin (*1948) learned his skills from Alain Sals and founded his own firm in 1976. His activities comprise both restoration of old organs ( Notre-Dame-de-Paris ) and construction of new organs ( Saint-Ferdinand-des-Ternes (1995). Rieger Jean-Pascal Villard (*1954) learned his skills at the Boisseau, Walcker, Ismayer and Garhammer workshops and started his own company in 1986. He restores old organs and constructs new organs. He worked on the organ of Saint-Germain-de-Charonne .