Organ Concerts

The Legion of Honor’s Skinner Organ is a spectacular musical instrument created by one of America's most distinguished organ builders. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert; schedule outlined below. While limited seating is available, the concerts are designed to be enjoyed in many different parts of the museum and we encourage you to explore the collection as you listen to the music.

The organ concerts take place in Gallery 10. Concerts are free after museum admission. No additional ticket or advance reservation required.

Learn more about the Skinner Organ.

2017 Schedule

Please note that our series of free weekly organ concerts will be on hiatus beginning September 18, 2017, due to the installation KLIMT & RODIN: An Artistic Encounter. Free concerts will return on Saturday, February 17, 2018. For more information please contact

1: John Walko
7-8: David Hegarty
14-15: Jonathan Dimmock
21-22: Fred Jodry
28-29: John Walko

4-5: Gedymin Grubba (Poland)
11-12: Wim Does & Susanna Veerman
(organ duo from the Netherlands)
18-19: Jonathan Dimmock
25-26: Alfred Yoon

4-5: Jonathan Dimmock
11-12: Gregory Eaton (Austin, TX)
18-19: David Hegarty
25-26: John Walko

1-2: David Hegarty
8-9: Jonathan Dimmock
15-16: Jin Lim
22-23: John Walko
29-30: Jerome Lenk

6-7: David Hegarty
13-14: Frederic Blanc (Paris, France)
20-21: Jonathan Dimmock
27-28: John Walko

3-4: David Hegarty
10-11: Jane Dimmock Cain (Davidson, NC)
17-18: Jonathan Dimmock
24-25: John Walko

1-2: Angela Kraft Cross
8-9: David Hegarty
15-16: Angela Kraft Cross
22-23: John Walko
29-30: John Hirten

5-6: David Hegarty
12-13: Jeffrey Johnson (Brockton, MA)
19-20: John Walko
26-27: Katya Kolesnikova

2-3: David Hegarty
9-10: Jonathan Dimmock
16-17: John Walko
23-24: No concerts scheduled

No concerts scheduled

No concerts scheduled

No concerts scheduled


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The Legion of Honor Skinner Organ concerts are made possible with support from the Joseph G. Bradley Charitable Foundation.