The organs that Rieger produces are as diverse as the venues and purposes for which they are intended. Our new instruments can be based on historical models and be built using old technologies without any compromises, or they can be equipped with state-of-the-art technology and the latest developments in organ building.
Our team of restorers repairs, rebuilds or reconstructs instruments from a wide variety of musical and organ-building eras, starting with baroque organs, through symphonic instruments with diverse windchests, as used in the Romantic and late Romantic periods, to organs of the 20th century.
Maintenance and service
We feel a lifelong connection to Rieger organs, even after they have left our premises. The connection becomes clear in our maintenance contracts, with which we guarantee that our specially trained team technically services our organs and tonally checks the voicing at regular intervals.
With our integrative combination and control system, Rieger Electronic Assistant (REA), our own electronic development department has designed a user-friendly system that meets the growing needs of organists, compared to commercially available memory systems.
We make every single pipe of a Rieger organ in-house - both metal and wooden pipes, from 1' to 32'. In this way we ensure that the pipe production goes hand in hand with the subsequent voicing. All the parts of the reed stops are also made in our in-house pipe workshop.
We are proud of our own developments in organ building, which are always created in cooperation with organists. Examples are the ability to make consoles ergonomically adjustable and our proportional key and stop actions – many of our Rieger innovations shape modern organ building.
Working at Rieger
Developments from Rieger set the standard in organ building worldwide.