Christ Church Cathedral

Centennial Chapel Project


The renovation of Centennial Chapel is designed to maintain the beauty of the chapel, while improving accessibility and functionality. The renovation will include the installation of a new organ, an enhanced space for choir rehearsal, and the construction of a public outdoor garden space. (Read more about the project below.)


About the Organ: C.B. Fisk, Opus 148

In August of 2014, thanks to a generous anonymous donation, Christ Church Cathedral commissioned C. B. Fisk, Inc. to design, build, and install a new organ for Centennial Chapel as part of the chapel renovation project. The 2-manual, 22-stop mechanical-action instrument, inspired by historic Italian organ-building principles, will complement the chapel’s intimate neo-Gothic style with warm, gentle voicing.


See the organ’s specifications.


Read articles about the organ:

The Genesis of Opus 148

“The Monster Never Breathes”

Unique Times Three


Watch videos of Opus 148.


See photos of Opus 148.


Hear recordings of Opus 148.


About the Builder

C.B. Fisk, Inc. is one of the most respected builders in the world, with installations in Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, and twenty-nine of the United States. The outstanding quality of the company’s work is matched by creative imagination and a fascination with historic organs from many national traditions. The builders’ organs range from some of the largest cathedral and concert-hall installations to small practice instruments.


More information about C.B. Fisk, Inc. and their organ installations. Visit their Facebook page.


Learn about the building of an organ in To Hear the Music, a documentary about founder Charles Fisk.



Worship During Renovations