RCCO Ottawa Centre
CRCO Section d'Ottawa

PO Box 2270 Station D
Ottawa ON K1P 5W4
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COVID-19 virus and the RCCO - Ottawa Centre

The Ottawa Centre takes the COVID-19 virus seriously and is closely monitoring the situation. We will adhere to the advice of Ottawa's Medical Officer. Watch these pages for event changes.

Please note that for any live concert or event, you must present proof of full vaccination with photo ID and be masked.

2021-2022 Season
The Finest Organists on the Finest Organs
Amours et délices de l'orgue

The RCCO is a Registered Canadian Charity.


A series presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists - Ottawa Centre
Une Présentation du Collège Royal Canadien des Organistes

We are planning live, in person concerts this season. We are not selling season tickets because of the uncertainty of the pandemic. Single tickets will be available at the door.

Individual Tickets at the door / Billets individuels à la porte : $25 Regular/régulier, $20 Seniors/âge d'or, $15 Students/étudiant

Pro Organo relies heavily on donations to pay for the artists and venues. Please consider donating to this wonderful organ series.

Pro Organo gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our donors.



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Matthew Larkin (Ottawa)

Matthew Larkin

Matthew Larkin's concert of June 4, 2021 is available until August 31.

Music by: Bach, Dupré, Howells, LeClerc, Pumphrey, Titelouze

Played on the organ of Saint-François-d'Assise, Ottawa ON
Download organ Specifications (pdf)

Download the Program. / Télécharger le programme.



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Craig Humber (Austria)

Craig Humber

Monday November 8, 2021 7:30 pm
le lundi 8 novembre 2021 à 19h30

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
(82 Kent at Wellington)

Music by: Bach, Brahms and Reger

Download the Program. / Télécharger le programme.

Tickets will be available at the door.

Proof of vaccination with ID and masking are mandatory.

If it is not possible to have a live concert we will present the concert on-line.

Co-sponsored by:
Godfrey Hewitt Memorial Fund

Craig Humber won the Godfrey Hewitt Scholarship in 2005.

Craig will also present a Masterclass on Saturday Nov 6.