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Performance Carillon Consoles

More Ways Than Ever To Enjoy The Music Of Bells

Few sounds inspire and invite congregation and community to worship like the peal of bells or a favorite hymn—inviting all to join together in worship. Since 1932, when George Schulmerich invented the electronic carillon, churches have been using Schulmerich® electronic carillons to replicate the rich tone of the finest cast bronze bells at a fraction of the cost.

The Schulmerich® Carillon Interface transforms your MIDI-capable organ console into a performance controller for your new or existing carillon system. You can manually play the bells as part of your organ registration for weddings, funerals, sacred events, recitals, and more.

While all of the organs offered from Verdin Organ Division® come standard with this amazing feature, two of our Content® models have been specially retrofitted to become performance carillon consoles.  In addition, our collection of ORLA® Digital Pianos also feature the ability to interface with a Schulmerich® Carillon.

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Performance Carillon Console




Clavis 125

  • 1 Manual
  • 24 Stops
  • Various Finishes Available


Clavis 224

  • 2 Manuals
  • 24 Stops
  • Various Finishes Available
Stage Concert Black.4


Stage Concert

  • 88 Hammer-Action Keys
  • 20 Orchestra Sounds
  • 128 General Midi Sounds
CDP202 Rosewood.3



  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Karaoke Functionality
  • 20 Memory Banks to Record Tracks

For Clavis® model stop lists and specifications, please click here.

For ORLA® Digital Piano specifications, please click here.