Spreckels Organ Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 1988 to preserve,
program and promote the Spreckels Organ as a world treasure for all people.
concerts on the Spreckels Organ are free to the public in accordance with the
1915 Deed of Gift whereby the brothers John and Adolph Spreckels gave the organ
and pavilion to the City of San Diego. The Spreckels Organ Society works cooperatively with the City of San Diego in order to fulfill and expand upon this promise.
The City of San Diego provides 52 Sunday Concerts a year, and maintains the instrument and the Civic Organist position with the support of the Spreckels Organ Society. The Society also provides educational programs for children, a loaner program to donate practice instruments for students, provides scholarships, presents the larger International Summer Organ Festival in the USA, in addition to Special Evening Concerts, Open Doors, Tours and Fundraisers.
RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19 TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES "ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE"
A Concert Tribute to the famous British Band featuring some of their great hits like All You Need is Love, Helter Skelter, Lady Madonna, All Together, Penny Lane and more.
Lauren Leigh-Martin – Leading singer Richard Tbone Larson – Drums Choir of St. James-by-the-Sea (La Jolla) Alex Benestelli – Director Raúl Prieto Ramírez, San Diego Civic Organist Would you like to volunteer for this event? write us at: email@example.com
San Diego International Summer Organ Festival
YEARLY FESTIVAL · MONDAYS AT 7:30PM FROM LATE JUNE TO LABOR DAY · FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sunday Concerts 2pm
A relaxed and fun way to enjoy one of the most iconic venues in San Diego. Always free and open to the public:
All Year Round Shine or Rain
1 Hour long performances
Wide variety of Styles from Early Music to Popular
Always a major Bach work every week
Check weekly program for details
Raúl Prieto Ramírez
Artistic Director and San Diego Civic Organist
The Spreckels Organ Pavilion
Built in 1915 by the Austin Organ Company
WHO WE ARE
501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 1988 to preserve, program and promote the Spreckels Organ as a world treasure for all people.