New iberic organ in Grandvillars, Francia
Built by Joaquín Lois Organ Building Workshop with Órganos Moncayo
Segovia Cathedral Organ (Spain)
Pipe organ built by Joseph Echevarría in 1772 and is beeing restored now by Joaquin Lois Organ Building Workshop
Salamanca Cathedral Organ (Spain)
Pipe organ built by Pedro Echevarría in 1744 and restored by Joaquin Lois Organ Building Workshop in 2016
From the heart of Castile, we offer our services in the construction of organs in the purest style of the Iberian instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Nava del Rey Organ, Valladolid (Spain)
Built by Antonio Pérez in 1709 and restored by Joaquin Lois Organ Building Workshop in 2015
El Proyecto Clarín es una propuesta de nuestro taller para posibilitar instrumentos adecuados al estudio y la interpretación de la música ibérica para órgano en aquellos ámbitos donde se puede desarrollar esta disciplina y no se dispone de órganos de su estilo, presentando nuestro conocimiento técnico y estético de los órganos españoles del siglo XVIII.
Organ building workshop | Joaquín Lois Cabello
Our organ building workshop has been devoted to building and restoring pipe organs since 1972. It is located in Tordesillas, Valladolid (Spain), where it was settled in 1985. We have carried out many important jobs in different regions of Spain (both on the peninsula and the islands), Ibero-America and Europe. Regarding both restorations and the construction of brand new organs, our work process is truly comprehensive and encompasses from historical research to the construction of all the mechanical parts, the metal and wooden pipe work as well as the case. It also includes polychromy, gilding and any kind of ornamentation.
The philosophy of our organ building workshop lays emphasis on the retrieval of the traditional techniques and the knowledge of the different schools. We conceive each instrument as a research project, both restorations and brand new organs.
Our workshop focuses mainly on Castilian Baroque organs or Iberian organs, and its location, in the heart of Castilla y León, has allowed us to delve into their study and research easily and to restore and build a large number of Iberian organs.