Bellwood, Illinois, 1978–1985; Tysons Corner, Virginia, 1985–1992; Herndon, Virginia, 1992–1995; Hartville, Ohio, 1995–2012; Stowe, Pennsylvania, 2012–2015; Dulut
Active in Detroit, Michigan, by 1982; with Bahr & O-Donnell Pipe Organs (of Canton, Ohio?) by 1996.
Fredrick W. Bahr is a graduate of Andrews University with a degree in organ performance. He is head of Voicing and Tonal Director at Patrick J. Murphy. 
Work History of Fredrick W. Bahr:
1978–1985 Berghaus Organ Company, Bellwood, Illinois - Apprentice in all phases of organbuilding, tuning and maintenance. 1985–1992 Lewis & Hitchcock, [then] Tysons Corner, Virginia [now Beltsville, Maryland] - Â Tuning and maintenance; installations; voicing. 1992–1995 Bahr & O-Donnell, Herndon, Virginia - Tuning and maintenance; freelance tonal finishing. 1995–2012 Kegg Pipe Organ Builders, Hartville, Ohio - Tonal Director; design and engineering. 2012–2015 Patrick J. Murphy & Associates, Stowe, Pennsylvania - Tonal Director. from September 2015 to unknown date. Parkey OrganBuilders, Duluth, Georgia - Tonal Manager.Source:
Fredrick Bahr is the Shop Manager and Instructor of Organ Technology at the American Organ Institute at the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, Oklahoma.
Bahr is a past President of the American Institute of Organbuilders, and a member of the American Guild of Organists, and the Organ Historical Society. His articles on a variety of organbuilding topics have been published in The American Organist, The Diapason, and The Journal of American Organbuilding.
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