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Organ Concerts

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The Legion of Honor’s Skinner Organ is one of the few indoor/outdoor organs ever made. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert every Saturday and Sunday at 4 pm, except when the museum is closed.

1st weekend of each month: David Hegarty plays a pops concert, including light classics and favorites from Hollywood and Broadway. 

2nd weekend of each month: Robert Gurney performs symphonic works by popular and classical composers.

3rd weekend of each month: John Karl Hirten plays works of great classical composers.

4th weekend of each month: Keith Thompson performs a symphonic organ concert including Broadway favorites, works by artists from the Beatles to Bach, and highlights from classical organ literature.

Jun 1/2        David Hegarty
Jun 8/9        Robert Gurney
Jun 15/16    Thomas Joyce
Jun 22/23    Keith Thompson
Jun 29/30    Brian Swager

Jul 6/7         David Hegarty
Jul 13/14     Robert Gurney
Jul 20/21     John Walko
Jul 27/28     Keith Thompson

Aug 3/4              David Hegarty
Aug 10/11          Robert Gurney
Aug 17/18          Thomas Joyce
Aug 24/25          Keith Thompson
Aug 31/Sept 1    Brian Swager

Sept 7/8        David Hegarty
Sept 14/15    Robert Gurney
Sept 21/22    John Karl Hirten
Sept 28/29    Keith Thompson

Oct 5/6           David Hegarty
Oct 12/13      Robert Gurney
Oct 19/20      John Karl Hirten
Oct 26/27       Keith Thompson

Nov 2/3                 David Hegarty
Nov 9/10               Robert Gurney
Nov 16/17             John Karl Hirten
Nov 23/24             Keith Thompson
Nov 30/Dec 1       Jonathan Dimmock

Dec 7/8        David Hegarty
Dec 14/15    Robert Gurney
Dec 21/22    John Karl Hirten
Dec 28/29    Keith Thompson

Ticket Information

Free after museum admission. Seating is limited and first-come, first-served.


Organ concerts and restoration are made possible by the Joseph G. Bradley, Jr. Charitable Foundation.

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