Christopher Kehoe, CAGO, graduated from Eastern University with a Bachelor of Arts in organ performance—the first person to be awarded this degree from the school. Kehoe specializes in historical pipe organ tuning, maintenance, and restoration.
As music director at All Hallows Episcopal Church in Wyncote, PA, he oversees the music program and plays one of the country’s few surviving original 1929 E.M. Skinner pipe organs.
While at Eastern University, Kehoe studied with Dr. Jeffrey Fowler. He has also studied with Canon Mark Laubach at Marywood University and has played for Alan Morrison, Felix Hell, Michel Bouvard, and Jeffrey Brillhart.
Working with Stephen Emery and his associates from 2014 to 2020, Kehoe was involved in several major restoration and service projects of historic pipe organs as well as the relocation of Aeolian-Skinner’s Opus 878 to the Organ Historical Society’s national headquarters at Stoneleigh in Villanova, PA. At the end of 2020, he started Kehoe & Company, LLC, which specializes in pipe organ tuning, maintenance, and restoration.