Thank you for your support of the April 11th concert by the Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men & Boys! Our 2017-18 season has now concluded. The 2017-2018 season brochure is still available. For additional details on our recent season, please visit our program schedule page and explore the rest of our website.
On behalf of President, Melanie Moll and the Board of Directors, I am pleased to welcome you to the website for the East Carolina Musical Arts Education Foundation (ECMAEF). Our web address, opus126.com, stems forth from the catalogue number of the C.B. Fisk pipe organ which is the central hub of all ECMAEF activity. Affectionately nicknamed "the Duchess," this unique piece of musical and technical craftsmanship is one of Eastern North Carolina's cultural treasures, and it is our mission to open its resources to as wide an audience as possible. I hope you will take a few moments to browse the various pages laid out here, paying special attention to this year's events, and to the "About Opus 126" section of our site, which will provide an explanation of the organ's significance to Greenville, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, East Carolina University, and the greater Eastern North Carolina region. Please check back frequently, and plan to join us in Greenville for one of our concerts.
Andrew Scanlon, FAGO
The mission of the Foundation is to maintain and promote the C.B. Fisk opus 126 pipe organ of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church as a cultural treasure for the benefit of Greenville and other communities throughout Eastern North Carolina, through concerts, student development and educational offerings.
Opus 126 CD Now on Sale!
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