I drove up to Gainesville, Florida (home of the University of Florida) Sunday afternoon to hear Marvin Mills perform on their III/52Fisk Organ (Op 119) see link:
The Sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church is a very live room - wood floors, wainscotting four feet or so up the walls, plaster, erc. Only thin cushions in the pews. The organ sounds very good in that venue.
Mr. Mills played a varied program: Guilmant; Bach; Albert Alain; Mendelssohn; Seth Bingham; and a couple of contemporary composers.
We are having record cold here in North Central Florida (in fact, Gainesville set a record low of 17 that night) and it was around 35 degrees when I exited the church at six pm. The building was rather cool, and Mr. Mills kept rubbing his hands between numbers (to keep them warm, perhaps). Mr. Mills was wearing a long-sleeved shirt and sleeveless vest, and could not have been comfortable - I was bundled up in a leather jacket and had to sit on my hands for warmth. Still, he played wonderfully well, despite somewhat adverse conditions.