St. John Vianney Theological Seminary

Denver Colorado


Our new pipe organ for St. John Vianney Theological Seminary is a 3 manual instrument of 24 ranks. It replaces a failing digital instrument. The original Kilgen pipe organ from about 1930 has some elements still present and from these we are retaining 10 ranks of Kilgen pipes in the new organ. The organ will be located in the rear chamber, over the entrance door. A new facade of speaking pipes will replace the present wood & cloth grill. The console will be movable and located at the forward part of the nave. An Antiphonal division will be prepared in the console for future addition as well as several stops in the main organ. The Pontifical Trumpet will be a stately voice, rich and dramatic, without being overbearing in this fine room. The entire main organ is enclosed with the exception of the facade Pedal Principal 16' and of course the Pontifical Trumpet. This new organ will be installed in 2018. The complete specification is available by clicking below.


This institution has seminarians from across the globe. The music department is lead by Dr. Mark Lawlor.




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