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BuilderID 909

Builder Identification

Lakeland, Florida, 1985-1989.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1991). -

    Active in Lakeland, Florida, 1985, pipemaker; active in 1989.


    • American Institute of Organbuilders membership directory, 1989.
    • Organ Handbook (Organ Historical Society, 1985), 34.
    • Elizabeth Towne Schmitt.

  • Note from Organ Database Builders editor Charles Eberline, November 19, 2017. -

    James Brzezinski studied organ, voice, choral conducting, and music education at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey. He apprenticed with organbuilders in Wallington, New Jersey, and Connecticut, moved to California to work on the organ at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, and then accepted a position with an organbuilder in Lakeland, Florida. For several years he operated his own business, making pipes for other organbuilders. After he closed his shop, he worked for a citrus-processing company. Feeling a call to the priesthood, he earned bachelor of business administration and master of divinity degrees and was ordained deacon in 2012 and priest in 2013. He served at several churches before accepting a position as the rector of the Episcopal Church of St. Anne in Morrison, Illinois, beginning on July 1, 2017.


    • Episcopal Church of St. Anne (Morrison, Illinois), "The Ref. Fr. James Brzezinski Bio,” accessed November 15, 2017,

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