Kulas Organ Center

organ keyboard and organ stops
A view of the Fritts-Richards Organ Builders, Opus 2d, one of the 13 practice organs in the Kulas Organ Center.
Photo credit: Julie Gulenko ’15

The Kulas Organ Center in Robertson Hall has 13 practice rooms that are equipped with organs of various designs, both mechanical action and electro-pneumatic. The organs include five Flentrops, three Holtkamps, two Noacks, and individual instruments by Brombaugh, Fritts-Richards Organ builders (Paul Fritts and Ralph Richards ’78), and Guilbaut-Thérien.