The Organ


In January 2006, while in the midst of a successful capital campaign, The Church of the Redeemer entered into contract with The Di Gennaro-Hart Organ Company of McLean, Virginia, for a new two manual, 28-rank pipe organ.  The organ was installed in the nave during summer 2007.  It was dedicated in a series of performances by organists Nathan Laube, Henry Lowe, Martin Neary, and John Walker.


Thanks to the incredible generosity of a Redeemer parishioner, two additional ranks were added to the instrument during Summer 2013: an independent chorus reed on the Great (an 8′ Trumpet also available at 4′ pitch) and a powerful, high pressure solo reed (an 8′ Tuba on 8 3/4” of wind pressure).


The organ, one of the most colorful, versatile instruments in all of Washington, is particularly well-suited to the accompaniment of the Anglican liturgy.


Organ Specification



David Briggs performs 'The Lodger' at Church of the Redeemer, Bethesda International improviser David Briggs performs Hitchcock’s “The Lodger” in June 2018.