Our Team

Jeremy Meager
Following 12 years as Managing Director at Viscount Classical Organs, and having seen the company develop and grow from strength to strength in an increasing number of marketplaces, the opportunity arose in 2019 for him to return to the part of the organ world closest to his heart: providing expert advice and completely bespoke installations. Along with his role in Cotswold Hybrid Organs Jeremy also runs our sister business, The Cotswold Organ Company, which specialises in high-quality purely digital installations.

As an ex-cathedral chorister, music scholar at the Royal Northern College of Music, and an established church and recital organist, Jeremy’s passion for organs runs deep and extends to every installation in which he is involved.  He and his team of independent organ advisers and installers, themselves also church organists in the main, share a joint mission to serve the religious and scholastic communities, understanding their aspirations for their new instrument and the long-term needs of their institutions.

Richard Lowe
a native of Cheshire, received his first musical education as a treble in the Manchester Cathedral Voluntary Choir and later Sir John Deane’s College in Northwich where he was college organist. Richard graduated with an honours degree in Theology from Oxford University in 2002. Whilst in Oxford, Richard was, for a time, organ scholar at Westminster College, Oxford, and later sang in the Chapel Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford performing internationally and recording on the Guild Label.

He has been a countertenor in the choirs of Manchester & Liverpool Cathedrals and in 2004 became Director of Music at Christ Church, West Didsbury, Manchester. In September 2005, Richard became organ adviser for the Diocese of Manchester and in since 2014 he has been organist and curator of the Cavaille-Coll organ at Manchester Town Hall along with chairman of the Manchester Cavaille-Coll Organ Foundation.