Antoine Pascal represents the fourth generation. He took over the family business in October 1990.
Antoine Pascal represents the fourth generation. He took over the family business in October 1990. His father Jean Pascal, third generation, settled in 1949 in Lille. The second and first are in Lourdes (65) and Bagnolet (93).
The factory is installed in an old linen mill.
In 2017, among other things, the design and then the reconstruction of the large organs of the Temple of Enghien les Bains (95) were carried out.
Over the past 30 years, around seventy instruments from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries have been restored or identified on instruments built by the manufacturers Cavaillé Coll, or Mutin Cavaillé Coll, Merklin, Schyven, Neuville, Daublaine and Callinet, Renard, Loncke, Sergent, Abbey, Neuville, Hendereicht, Didier, Dubosc et Raoul, Muller, Godeffroy, Pascal, Roetthinger, Delmotte, Bois, Jacquot Lavergne, Beuchet, Beuchet-Debierre, Sergent. Maintenance of 70 instruments (5 to 70 stops) is carried out on a regular basis (annual contract).
The workshop also restores harmoniums from different manufacturers.