THE EAST TEXAS PIPE ORGAN FESTIVAL

Honoring the Life and Work of Roy Perry (1906-1978)



GREAT NEWS!



Our 2022 Festival is scheduled to take place in Kilgore, Texas November 6-10, 2022 featuring the newly restored 1949 Aeolian-Skinner, Opus 1173 at First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore.



Online registration is now available here on the website.



Guest artists include

Sandor Balatoni, Clive Driskill-Smith, Vincent Dubois,

Stefan Engels, Susan Ferre, Bruce Neswick,

Thomas Sheehan, Bradley Welch, & many more!



Make your hotel reservations TODAY at Kilgore Comfort Suites by calling the hotel directly to get the special discount rate: 903-984-2385. Make sure to mention The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival.



Tax deductible donations may be sent to

The Roy Perry American Classic Organ Foundation (RPACOF)

P. O. Box 2069

Kilgore, TX 75663



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Youtube links featuring some of the Festivals' organs:



William Watkins Plays Willan "Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue:

William Watkins Plays Willan "Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue

Roy Perry Plays Debussy on Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173, Kilgore, Texas:

Roy Perry Plays Debussy on Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173, Kilgore, Texas

Walt Strony Plays Tico Tico:

Walt Strony Plays Tico Tico

Walt Strony Plays Bizet Carmen Suite:

Walt Strony Plays Bizet Carmen Suite

Alexander Boggs Ryan Plays Reubke on Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1174, Longview, Texas:

Alexander Boggs Ryan Plays Reubke on Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1174, Longview, Texas

William Watkins Plays Langlais "La Nativité":

William Watkins Plays Langlais "La Nativité"

Dora Poteet Barclay Plays Reubke:

Dora Poteet Barclay Plays Reubke

James Lynn Culp Plays Karg-Elert:

James Lynn Culp Plays Karg-Elert