From Sept 1980, Northampton, UK; from MArch 1985 in North Nottinghamshire, UK. Specializes in 17th & 18th c. English organs
The firm was set up by Martin Goetze and Dominic Gwynn in September 1980, to start with in a small workshop in Northampton, and from March 1985 in a purpose-built workshop at Welbeck near Worksop in North Nottinghamshire, on the northern edge of Sherwood Forest (S80 3LW UK). The aim has always been to work with a small team of committed organbuilders, flexible and with a complete range of skills. The workshop is part of a group of craft workshops at Welbeck, provided by the Harley Foundation.
Listed personnel from builder website: Edward Bennett (ret.), Dominic Gwynn, Robert Balfour Rowley, who replaces Edward as a Director, Stuart Dobbs, Joseph Marsden, Chris Davies, Abigail Balfour-Rowley. Martin Goetze died in September 2015We received the most recent update for this note from Paul R. Marchesano on November 15, 2021.
Builder of a one-manual organ in Christ Church, Episcopal, Rochester, New York.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.