This blog website is maintained by an international editorial team. Our aim is to inspire organists, music teachers, organ builders and all other organ lovers around the world with our examples. Project leaders of Orgelkids projects in different countries contribute with information and advice.

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Latest posts

Reporter in Vienna

Today on Youtube, we found a nice video report from the programme ‘Floh im Ohr’. The footage was made two years ago in Vienna during


Organ Clean-up

Before Easter, the children from Mengendamm primary school had already got to know and experience the large Ott organ during a guided tour of the



The success of the Do-Organ evoked a desire among carillonneurs to develop a similar kit for a carillon. Orgelkids helped get this project up and



Educational projects working with the Orgelkids organ kit can be found in many countries: