We welcome a chance to talk with you! We can be reached by telephone at 503-648-4181, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (your email will be forwarded to the person you seek), or by mail at Rodgers Instruments, 1300 NE 25th Ave., Hillsboro, Oregon 97124.
Building a Rodgers organ is a team effort. From the first concept design meeting to the final quality test, the process involves music professionals, skilled craft workers, audio engineering specialists and many others working in concert. At Rodgers, we take the honor of building organs for churches and individuals seriously. Together, we bring our best to the challenges, celebrate the successes and never stop working to improve.
Organ designers and managers meet to discuss
new product ideas. New features often come out
of suggestions from Rodgers owners and dealers.
In the Rodgers manufacturing area, many employees
have decades of experience in fine woodworking,
custom building, painting and finishing.
Product Manager Dan Miller joins more than a dozen
Rodgers employees to sign the back panel of a console
that was later presented to gospel singer George
Beverly Shea on his 100th birthday.
A visiting concert artist gives a performance for
employees in the Rodgers showroom.
Family and fellow team members applaud a co-worker
at his retirement party in the factory.
Longtime Rodgers quality specialist Paul Quarino
runs a new 4 manual Masterpiece organ through
Young musicians line up for a chance to play a
Rodgers organ provided by T.S. Good Church
Organ Co. in Ohio.