Every new Mascioni organ is an individual. Designed, built, scaled and voiced to be an integral part of one building, and the musical life surrounding it.
So not surprisingly, the consultation and design for an instrument can take as long as its actual construction. Sometimes more. After all, an investment in an organ is an investment in the cultural future of its home.
One of the many reasons why Mascioni organs are now found across Italy, Europe and the world.
PARIS (France) – Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique III/49
A very unique studio organ for a unique conservatoire.
Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard made a very impressive project full of innovation, especially designed to teach improvisation and inspire student’s soul.
Juts to say this instrument is able to reproduce even the effect of sound delay, just like in churches and concert halls.
VILA REAL (Portugal) – St. Dominic Cathedral IV/33
A new symphonic organ for a historic cathedral to the north of Portugal. Adorned with a striking Trompeta in Batalha in burnished copper, and proof that total modernity really can enrich the most traditional of surroundings.
FLORENCE (Italy) – S.Maria del Fiore Cathedral V/130
One of the most large and complex organ in Europe with its 6 organ division and 4 console all linked together. A recent work included a new Coral organ and a monumental 5 manual console.
CATANIA (Italy) – S.Agata Cathedral III/44
After restoring the huge baroque organ of S.Nicolò l’Arena in Catania, Sicily, we returned to reconstruct the Cathedral’s instrument originally built by Nicolas Theodore Jaquot.
VOGHERA (Italy) – Cathedral III/74
The total reconstruction of an instrument originally built by Balbiani in 1952 for the Cathedral of Pavia, which in turn sold the pipework to Voghera! Otherwise, the organ is completely new.
CASTELLANZA (Italy) – S.Giulio II/28
Our first neo-symphonic instrument where the richness and the power of the foundation stops together with the color of the French reeds is a full experience.