Welcome to Viscount Classical Organs, the UK’s leading electric Digital Church Organ specialist.
Our organs are suitable for the home, churches, schools and even cathedrals. You may view and play the entire instrument range at our showroom in Bicester, Oxfordshire and also at a number of regional dealers throughout the UK and Ireland. If you want a totally individual organ, then visit Regent Classic Organs Ltd where your imagination is the only limit to what we are able to do.
Viscount Organs are voiced to sound like an English Pipe Organ. Using Physis technology to produce the organ sound, classical organists can be safe in the knowledge that they will be buying a superior electronic instrument.
We are delighted to set up temporary demonstration instruments for church use so that you may hear first hand how the instrument will support worship and allow you to review its performance in its intended final location. You may also like to browse our range of used organs for sale.
News from our Blog: Resources and Events
Finally the restoration of the famous Hill Organ at Selby Abbey is complete! And to celebrate – we are joining Selby Abbey in one big grand celebration concert to mark this milestone. Shortly after installing our instrument in 2014 we recorded DVD’s of John Scott Whiteley and D’Arcy Trinkwon playing our instrument while their Hill organ was being restored. […]
The National Schools Symphony Orchestra (NSSO) are conducting a summer programme course and concerts from 10th to 17th July this year. We are delighted to be specifically sponsoring the concerts on the Sunday (17th July). We are providing an Envoy 35-FV (pictured right) which will be heard through 4 external speakers and a sub bass. By […]
David Pipe (pictured above and to right) heads the new Organists Training Programme, a partnership between the Diocese of Leeds Music Department and the Royal College of Organists. David studied Music as Organ Scholar of Downing College, Cambridge, and later as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music. He worked at York Minster, for […]