The company is currently made up of seven persons.


  • Quentin Blumenroeder, entrepreneur
  • Joel Weissenburger, foreman, cabinet-maker and organ player
  • Bruno Weigel, organ maker and amateur piano player of jazz music
  • Jean-Marc Walter, organ maker
  • Sharon Rosner, organ maker
  • Pierrick Troesch, apprentice organ maker and organ player
  • Vincent Noeppel, apprentice organ maker
  • Arthur Kuntz, apprentice
  • Laurence Klein, administrative assistant and organ player



The company works in close collaboration with Christian Schalck, master cabinet-maker in Neubourg (Bas-Rhin, Alsace) who does computer-aided design and digitally controlled machining.


We have been working with Julien Bailly on a daily basis for four years. He is currently freelancing. He assists Quentin Blumenroeder in his work on harmony on a regular basis.


More collaborators:


  • Marc Frohn, a sculptor in Hohwiller (Alsace)
  • Marco Venegoni, an organ pipe maker in Switzerland.



Our friends and their websites: this is a temporary list begging to be made more extensive!


  • La Goulue


  • Pierre Adrien Charpy


  • GPFO (Groupement Professionnel des Facteurs d’Orgues/Organ Manufacturers Association)


  • Edition Alpha (Alpha Publishing Co)


  • A la découverte de l’orgue (Discovering the organ)


  • La Courroie



  • Association Orgue en France (Organs in France Association)



  • Parlement de Musique


  • Dominique Thomas Facteur d’Orgues en Belgique (D. Thomas, organ maker in Belgium)


Quentin Blumenroeder first trained as an instrument maker in a restoring and manufacturing company of mechanical musical instruments like pianolas, limonaires or barrel organs for three years. This experience enabled him to get familiar with pneumatic action systems.

He then spent seven years working in the workshop of Rémy Mahler where he helped build numerous new organs and service and restore existing ones.


He soon after received his degree (CAP) in organ manufacturing and later won the SEMA Grand Prix Régional des Métiers d’Art (Regional Grand Prize of the Professions of the Arts and Crafts).  He went on perfecting his training working alongside Bernard Aubertin, an organ maker in Courtefontaine, in Jura, France, for a full year.

Also, he regularly visited the workshops of Emile Jobin, a harpsichord maker in Paris, to learn to master the age-old techniques (glue and finish) he values so much.