The Leipzig region features a wealth of important organs made by various master builders. These include treasures such as the Ladegast organ in the parish church of Naunhof, the Silbermann organs in Rötha, the Urban Kreutzbach organ in Waldheim and the Tobias Schramm organ in Wermsdorf. Countless music lovers from Germany and abroad visit Leipzig each year to enjoy the diverse craftsmanship and musicality of the region’s organs. Many of these instruments from the past three centuries have undergone extensive restoration and reconstruction work in recent decades, to preserve the sounds of the past and maintain a historically significant collection of organs. Follow us on a tour of the region’s organs.