Stop! Scroll through these pages and meet Rodney Barbour.
  • Keyboards
    One to five Rodney makes them come alive.
  • Pipes
    Digital, Electric, Tracker--Rodney plays them all!
  • Concerts
    Dedicate or educate-Rodney plans the perfect program for your occasion.

Thank you for taking time to view my webpage. I am a concert organist, choral director, entertainer and a lot more. Make yourself at home, scroll through the pages and listen to the music 


February: Piano Gallery, Corpus Christi, Texas, workshop and concert, Rodgers 589 Artist Series Digital Organ
March: Forrest Burdette UMC, Hurricane, WV, Pops Concert: Broadway and Beyond, Harrah Symphonic Combination Organ
March: John Knox Presbyterian, North Olmstead, Ohio, dedication Rodgers 243 Digital Organ
April: Faith Lutheran Church, Akron, Ohio, concert series Schantz-Rodgers 4 Manual Combination Organ
July: Mt. Hermon Christian Camp, Mt. Hermon, CA, concert series, patriotic concert, Rodgers 4 Manual Digital
July: Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA, summer workshop series, Rodgers Digital Organ

Winter 2015 UPDATE from Rodney Barbour
Thanks for visiting my web-site! I have recently enjoyed playing these pipe and pipe-combination organs in concert:
First UMC, Ft. Dodge, Iowa, Austin-Rodgers Combination Organ Pipe-Digital-Midi (30+ Pipe-Ranks)
First Presbyterian Church, Parkersburg,WV Austin Pipe Organ(60+ pipe-ranks)
Zoar Lutheran Church, Perrysburg, Ohio, Ruffati-Rodgers Combination Organ Pipe-Digital-Midi (9 pipe-ranks)
Forrest Burdette UMC, Hurricane, WV, Harrah Symphonic Combination Organ Pipe-Digital-Midi (40 + pipe-ranks)
First Christian Church, Decatur, Il, Casavant Pipe Organ (80 pipe-ranks)
College Hill Presbyterian, Cincinnati, Oh, Schantz-Allen Combination Organ-Pipe-Digital-Midi (50 Pipe-Ranks) sponsored by Cincinnati Chapter, American Guild of Organists
Rodney Barbour

At a recent memorial service, I was requested to play the Widor Toccata from Symphony Five which was the recessional at the wedding ceremony of the deceased. These two grandsons came to the console following the service to see "how on earth did you do that". They both are taking piano lessons and had fun exploring the sounds of the organ for fifteen minutes. I assured them that practicing their piano would be a great start to someday playing the organ!