From early morning until late at night, Eastman organ students spend hours in the practice rooms cultivating their art. At their disposal is the Eastman School’s collection of 14 practice organs, featuring instruments built by companies including Skinner, Holtkamp, Andover, Wahl, Flentrop, Moller, and Schlicker. In 1923, the “organ wing” at Eastman housed the largest organ practice facility in the world. After decades of use, many of the instruments now require significant renovation or replacement. The Eastman School is planning to enhance its collection of practice organs by refurbishing the large organs and replacing some of the smaller organs with new instruments built in a variety of styles. The ultimate goal of this renovation and replacement project is to enrich the educational experience of Eastman students by offering them access to a collection of high quality instruments of diverse musical traditions.