The One-Stop Connection to the Classical Arts Community
"Keep your finger on the pulse of the classical arts scene with Organiste.net. Join our community of arts enthusiasts and stay on top of What's Happening in South Florida, New York, and more.
Organiste will notify you of events coming up that match your interests.
The mission of Organiste is to heighten the awareness of events, artists and information about classical music, pipe organs, visual arts, theatre, dance, architecture, literary arts, classical jazz, multi-media and other arts. To reach the public, Organiste provides publicity services, calendar listings, media notifications, dedicated eblasts, Artist Listings, Job Listings, postings to Social Media, and ePublications.
Organiste began in 2001 as a calendar/email notification service for members of the Southeast Florida classical arts community of organists/directors. Members of the community quickly pooled forces and information to effectively present events and information and reach the South Florida audience. Organiste grew as a cooperative effort to include several lists of subscribers profiled by geographical areas, arts preferences, and audience taste. Subscribers choose from these lists to receive information according to their preferred geographical area and taste. Event notifications/dedicated eblasts are sent to the lists appropriate to an event, thus matching interested subscribers to each event. Organiste now reaches the classical arts and pipe organ communities throughout the U.S. and the world.
Please send us your requests for services and/or information to
Organiste@Organiste.net or call us at (561) 999-0234
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