TWO VISIONARY ENGINEERS AND ORGAN ENTHUSIASTS,
RODGERS JENKINS AND FRED TINKER,
ORIGINALLY FOUNDED RODGERS ORGANS IN 1958 .
THE COMPANY’S FOCUS WAS
HELPING MAKE THE TRANSFORMATIONAL POWER
OF THE AMERICAN ORGAN MORE ACCESS I B L E TO
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, PERFORMANCE CENTERS, AND PLAYERS
BY EMBRACING ADVANCEMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY.
FROM THIS DEDICATION TO SERVE
AND PASSION TO ELEVATE THE HUMAN SPIRIT THROUGH MUSIC,
RODGERS WAS BORN.
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COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
Rodgers Instruments is unwaveringly committed to continuously improving our products and service. Every member of our team brings an expert level of craftsmanship, attention to detail, and devotion to faithfully creating a true American pipe organ sound that is beyond expectation. Rodgers aims to build the best digital organs available, for any setting, each and every day.
ORGANS ROOTED IN INNOVATION
With faith, hard work, and dedication Rodgers has led the way in innovative digital and hybrid pipe organ technology. Highlights include building the world’s first all-transistor church organs, successfully creating the first pipe-electronic hybrid organ, and being the first company to use microprocessors, MIDI, and USB storage in church organs. Rodgers has also created magnificent pipe organs including the world’s 17th largest pipe organ with over 10,000 pipes installed at Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas.
LOOKING FORWARD WITH PURPOSE
Rodgers continues to push the art of organ building with the goal of faithfully delivering the emotionally and spiritually lifting experience of the American pipe organ sound to a new generation of performers and audiences around the world.
Moore Music has been in business for more than 75 years. For over 40 of those years, Moore Music Company has been serving the triad community
with organs for churches, schools and homes. Moore Music Company
knows organs. When the opportunity to become a Rodgers Organ
Dealership was presented in 2013 to owners Michael and Debi Whalen,
the captivating sound and quality of the instruments sealed the deal.
Dr. William P. Carroll, recently retired after 29 years on the music
faculty at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, was named
Director of Organ Sales and Service.
for the home, church, school, retirement community, or other
the Rodgers sound is superior to anything in the market
Contact Bill Carroll for information
at (336) 508-7015 or