Pipe Organ Maintenance & Restoration Services
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Organ Builder, Organist and Liturgical Musician
Kevin Mathieu has been involved in organ building for several years, having held
short term positions, and done subcontract work with different companies. Kevin is
Director of Liturgical Music at Saint Aloysius-
Since January 2014, Kevin has been a piano teacher at the Leicester Community Music School, a program run by the Town Band. Kevin is a past membership secretary/registrar for the Monadnock Chapter, AGO, and is an affiliate member of the American Institute of Organbuilders (AIO). Kevin is also a regular organist and vocal soloist at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, NH, and has been a board member and chorus member of the Quinebaug Valley Singers Community Chorus out of Sturbridge, MA.
Kevin first became involved in liturgical music at age 11 when he joined the children’s choir at Saint Mary Church (RC) in North Grafton, MA. Continuing on to the senior festival choir, Kevin was never far from the choir loft each Sunday. At age 17 Kevin became a cantor and then began playing as a substitute organist at Saint Mary, he continued in that capacity for two more years after moving to New Hampshire in 2004. In 2006 Kevin became the associate organist at Saint Patrick Church (RC) in Jaffrey, New Hampshire playing one Sunday mass and assisting the choir director. He is now the organ curator at St. Patrick's in charge of ongoing maintenance and the rebuilding of the pipe organ.
In late 2008 Kevin was appointed interim organist at Sacred Heart parish (RC) in
Webster, MA and a few months later became Sunday organist at Saint Joseph parish
(RC) in Charlton, MA where he remained for two years before beginning at Saint Aloysius-
In his off time Kevin enjoys spending time with family and friends and working on his collection of instruments, a 100 year old Estey "Model T" 2 manual and pedal reed organ, his two pianos, and a player piano.
Seated at the console of the organ in Saint Joseph Church, Charlton, MA
Installing new non-