The Akron Chapter of The American Guild of Organists

Join over 25,000 organists world-wide who make up this educational and service organization.

Find the membership plan for you.

Chapter Friend

$ TBA / yr
  • Chapter newsletter, events, and resources
  • No subscription to The American Organist (TAO) magazine
  • No voting privileges
  • No convention discounts
  • No access to national job listings

Subscriber

$ 62 – 90 / year
  • Monthly print and/or online version of The American Organist (TAO) magazine
  • No voting privileges
  • No convention discounts
  • No Chapter affiliation—no access to local newsletter, website, job listings, or membership directory

Independent

$ 42 – 105 / yr
  • Access to national job placement database
  • Monthly print and/or online version of The American Organist (TAO) magazine
  • National and regional convention discounts
  • Discounts for seniors, students, and disabled
  • Voting privileges
  • Eligibility for AGO insurance plans
  • No Chapter affiliation—no access to local newsletter, website, job listings, or membership directory

Chapter

$ 42 – 105 / yr
  • Access to national job placement database
  • Monthly print and/or online version of The American Organist (TAO) magazine
  • National and regional convention discounts
  • Discounts for seniors, students, and disabled
  • Voting privileges
  • Eligibility for AGO insurance plans
  • Chapter newsletter, events, and resources
  • Reduced rate on dual chapter memberships

Details of membership fees are available at the National AGO site. Fees vary by age and sub-category and whether one has an online-only or a print & online subscription to The American Organist magazine.

What our members are saying ...

Being a part of the AGO community is a way to support what I believe in—education for church musicians. It is the way I can learn from and support my colleagues. They have great ideas about repertoire, ways to play hymns, weddings, funerals, and how to troubleshoot all kinds of situations from difficult people to organ repair. It is a large network of highly specialized musicians—and they’re fun, too!

— Mary Ragna Yetter (Akron Chapter member for 7 years)

 

Testimonial
“It's important to me to feel connected to other local church musicians. The AGO fosters those friendships through concerts, workshops, and enjoyable social activities.”

Daniel Fortune (Akron Chapter member for 8 years)

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