St. Paul's Chapel Closing to Replace Organ

The organ in St. Paul’s Chapel is being removed this week in preparation for a superb Noack organ to be installed later this year. For safety reasons, the chapel will be closed to the public Monday, January 16 through Saturday, January 21. A temporary instrument will be used during the installation process.
 
The organ case, installed in 1802, will also be removed and taken to the Noack Organ Company workshops. There it will be modified to fit the new instrument before being returned to St. Paul’s Chapel. This will be the fifth organ the case has housed over the past two centuries.  
 
The Noack organ was built in in 1989 for Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. It will be removed from Redeemer in May and refurbished.
 
The new (to St. Paul’s) organ and modified organ case will be installed in the fall. Check the Trinity website for further updates in coming months.