This week, Nashville welcomes organists from all over the country for the annual American Guild of Organists' National Convention. While it has been a week full of workshops, chapel performances and jargon-heavy banter, the final event is devoted to sending off AGO members with a memorable night at the Schermerhorn. Organ legend Todd Wilson and up-and-comer Nathan Laube will join forces on the Symphony Center's renovated Martin Foundation Concert Organ. Combine this with a program that demands as much from the organists as it does from the Schoenstein itself, and you suddenly have a quality convention cap for AGO 2012. Featuring the works of traditional masters Brahms, Mendelssohn and Wagner, the night's bill also includes contemporary composers such as Stephen Paulus and Roberto Sierra, who recently debuted his Sinfonia No. 4 in Nashville. The duality of the evening's pieces and their performers spans the traditional and contemporary, illustrating the organ's continued relevance to this day.