Census IDHKG2023
LocationBishop's House, Hong Kong
BuilderDiego Cera Organ Builders, Op. 42

HKG2023 is a small two-manual and pedal organ built by Diego Cera Organ Builders, Las Piñas, Philippines, installed in the Chapel of the Bishop’s House (Anglican/Sheng Kung Hui) in Central, Hong Kong. The House itself, with its striking octagonal tower, is a Grade 1 listed building, and one of the oldest Western structures in Hong Kong dating from the start of its history as a British Crown Colony. Further information on the House is available here:

The keyboard features naturals made from Philippine Molave wood, with ebony sharps. The organ presently has seven stops, and two prepared for (*):



Principal 8′

Octave 4′

Fifteenth 2′


Coppel 8′

Flute 4′

Quint 2 2/3′

Regal 8′ (*)



Subbass 16′

Gedeckt 8′ (*)


Couplers: I/Ped, II/Ped, II/I

SW Tremulant,

BDO (Bund Deutscher Orgelbau) Norm Pedalboard (straight concave)