In Laksevåg, a suburb of the city of Bergen, the sound of the third new Mühleisen organ of Norway will be heard, soon.
The instrument is planned in collaboration with the expert Kristen Øgaard and will be taken in service in fall 2016. The church was established in 1875 in timber-frame construction manner
and was extended from the architect Georg Greve in 1920. The original organ facade of 1875 will still decorate the instrument. The organ will contain of 27 stops (including 3 extensions) in great, swell and pedal.