Organ building and the restoration of historic organs are since 65 years the passion of Organbuilding Schumacher. From the continuo organ and the sophisticated chamber organ to the large church or concert hall organ, we have demonstrated the high quality level of our work.
Traditional craftsmanship supported by a thorough knowledge of historic organs, mastery of new techniques and artistic intuition constitute the singleness of each instrument leaving our workshop. Our team of highly skilled workers allows us to produce all parts in our workshop, located in Eupen in the German speaking east of Belgium.
We like to take up any challenge, be it the reconstruction of an organ in historical style or the creation of a classical organ in a contemporary setting.
Corneille Cacheux / Louis Hooghuys / Schumacher
1721 / 1853 / 2023
Jean-Baptiste Forceville / Theodoor Smet / Henri De Volder
1729 / 1830 / 1849
II - P, 27
Pierre Schyven / Guido Schumacher
1891 / 2017
IV – P, 90
Binvignat & Houtappel / Guido Schumacher
1793 / 2004
III – P, 32
Joseph Merklin / Pierre Schyven / Guido Schumacher
1848 – 1851 / 1890 / 2014
III – P, 40
Theodor Gilman, Stahlhut, Schumacher