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Rodgers will be Exhibiting at the 41st NPM Convention!

Rodgers Instruments is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 41st National Association of Pastoral Musicians Convention in Baltimore, MD, on July 9-13, 2018.

Rodgers will be celebrating its 60th year in business by showcasing the new Rodgers Inspire Series model 227 and model 233 organs, and a 3-manual Rodgers Artist Series 599 organ equipped with 39 main stops and 282 total voices. We are also proud to provide a large 4-manual Infinity Series 484 organ for the main NPM worship venue.

The 41st annual convention will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center in a charming and easily accessible area of the city that is conveniently located three blocks from Baltimore Inner Harbor attractions. The National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) is an organization for anyone who recognizes and supports the value of musical liturgy. They are comprised of choir directors, organists, guitarists, pianists, instrumentalists of all kinds, priests, cantors, and pastoral liturgists. They are members of contemporary ensembles, handbell choirs, and choral groups. Some of their members are young people in high school and college, while some are veteran directors of music ministries.

The NPM represent parishes large and small as well as seminaries, schools, religious communities, cathedral churches and diocesan offices. Many of their members belong to interest sections for various musical ministries, for clergy, for chant or pastoral liturgy, and for musicians serving African American, Hispanic and Asian communities. Some of their members are not actively involved in a particular musical or liturgical ministry but want to support the important work of pastoral musicians.As we look back at Rodgers' 60 years in the organ business, we warmly regard the hallmarks of an American company whose primary mission was to enhance the spiritual experience of audiences all over the world with the transformational power of music. Rodgers organs not only capture the essence of American pipe organ sound, they have led the way in making organs more accessible to places of worship, universities, music schools, and enthusiasts around the world. Learn more about Rodgers’ rich history and legacy of innovation. Now, we look to the future with excitement and with a foundation comprised of countless achievements in the industry, we are better prepared to inspire and innovate for years to come.

Rodgers kindly thanks the members of NPM whose mission is to foster the art of musical liturgy. Their members serve the Catholic Church in the United States as musicians, clergy, liturgists, and other leaders of prayer, who make this amazing convention possible. For more information about the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) please click here.