Latest News

July 2019
Mariager kirke (Denmark) now officially own the Chest organ op. 1! Congratulations!

June 2018
The new Chest Organ op. 3 is ready to be played!

June 2018
Almost ready the new Chest Organ op .3, with some very innovative technical solutions!

August 2016
Restoration: F.lli Ruffatti, 1956, II-P-16, Claut (Pordenone, Italy)

Just delivered (February 2016)
Chest Organ op. 1, I-3, now guest at Mariager Kirke (Denmark)

Genuary 2016
Maintenance: Beniamino Zanin 1904, I-P-14, Goricizza (Udine, Italy)

December 2015
Maintenance: Valentino Zanin 1857 - Franz Zanin 1977, II-P-32, Palazzolo dello Stella (Udine, Italy)

February 2015

Delivered: New organ op. 2, I-P-10, Vissandone (Udine, Italy)

May 2014
Restoration: Domenico Malvestio e Figlio 1924, II-P-12, Risano (Pavia di Udine, Italy)

June 2013
Maintenance: Pietro Zanin 1910, I-P-12, Ajello del Friuli (Udine, Italy)

November 2012
The new Chest Organ op. 1 is finished and ready!

August 2012

Restoration: Giuseppe Zanin e Figlio 1956, 2-P-15, Driolassa (Udine, Italy)

May 2012
Maintenance: Domenico Malvestio e Figlio 1926, II-P-11, Pradamano (Udine, Italy)

Augost 2010
Restoration: Domenico Malvestio e Figlio 1912, 1-P-11, Montereale Valcellina (Udine, Italy)

Building a new organ begins with a deep and accurate study of its project. The acustic result and the targets must be kept in mind, as well as the place where the instrument will be played.

The construction of every single part follows, choosing the best materials and following the best traditions in organ building.

Finally the new instrument is assembled in the workshop, verified, voiced and tuned for the first time, before to be moved to its final place, where it will be assembled in its case, checked in all its parts and fine tuned.

Practise organs, continuo organs and bigger instruments for churches, academies and halls are built under request.