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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 p.m., 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 from the Beatles to Bach, and highlights from classical organ literature.
1 and 2: David Hegarty
8 and 9: Robert Gurney
15 and 16: John Karl Hirten
22 and 23: Keith Thompson
29 and 30: Guest organist Angela Kraft Cross
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.