Boston, Massachusetts, 1980s; Hartford, Connecticut, early 1990s; Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 1996.
Historian and author; organ consultant and voicer; Born in 1965; chorister at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Boston; with Nelson Barden Associates of Boston Massachusetts; with Austin Organs Inc. of Hartford, Connecticut, early 1990s.
Jonathan Ambrosino is a historian and author; organ consultant and voicer. He is the editor of the Journal of the American Institute of Organbuilders.1 Ambrosino was a chorister at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Boston, Massachusetts under the direction of Thomas Murray. He attended Hamilton College. Early in his career he was business manager of Nelson Barden Associates, Restorers-in-residence at Boston University. He later worked for Austin Organs Inc. of Hartford Connecticut, (early 1990s) and then Rosales Organ Builders of Los Angeles, California.2 Since 1996, he has worked as a consultant for organ projects. He has also been an independent voicer doing tonal finishing both alone and in partnership with Jeff Weiler.3
He served as President of the Organ Historical Society from 1999 to 2001, and before that as a Councilor from 1993. He has been heavily involved with publication projects for the society including: The Atlas for the 2006 convention in Saratoga Springs and Albany, New York; and a special double issue of The Tracker showcasing six lectures from the OHS Boston convention in 2000.4
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