Becoming a Member

The AGO is an inclusive organization. Membership is open to all— musicians, students and friends of music. Your membership and affiliation with the local Pittsburgh Chapter will also bring you a regular edition of Pittsburgh Pipelines and invitations to attend the regular Guild Chapter dinner/program meetings. As a friend of music, consider joining today!

For information regarding joining the Pittsburgh Chapter, please contact:


Kathy Csellar

You may also join by contacting the American Guild of Organists and clicking on the “Membership” link for directions to register online.


Voting Membership is available to all organists, choral conductors, and other individuals who support the mission of the Guild. Voting membership can be with or without chapter affiliation and includes participation in all national activities, elections, eligibility for certification examinations and for all insurance plans, and a one-year subscription to THE AMERICAN ORGANIST Magazine. Membership is available at reduced rates to those age 65 or older, under 21, the disabled, and full-time students. Dual membership is available for those members who wish to be involved with more than one local chapter.

Non-Voting Membership is available for individual and institutional National Subscribers to THE AMERICAN ORGANIST Magazine. No chapter affiliation, voting privileges, or other benefits are included. The one-year TAO subscription begins with the second monthly issue following receipt of payment.

If you are not an organist, but would like to be affiliated only with a local AGO Chapter, please join as a Chapter Friend. Chapter Friends support the local Chapter, receive chapter newsletters, and participate in chapter events. Local chapters determine the rate for this category, which does not include national voting privileges, membership benefits, or a TAO subscription.