Because of the extensive flooding that took place in October 2015, no concerts will take place until Scotty's Castle is reopened. Restoration of the organ is needed to help preserve the console and maintain all of the other associated insturments for visitors to enjoy music for years to come. Please consider making a donation to assist us with this endeavor! All proceeds benefit the Scotty's Castle Historic Preservation fund. For more information about contrubuting please visit our Donation Page.
If you are interested in receiving notification when organ concerts resume, give us a call at 800-478-8564 ext. 10 and we'll add you to the list. Members receive first notification and early bird registration opportunity at a discounted price. Become a member today!
The Welte-Mignon Organ at Scotty's Castle is normally only played by human hands during the annual maintenance of the historic house. Talented curatorial interns help clear Upper Music room just to hold the
Scotty's Castle Organ Concert. Proceeds from the event help tune the organ each year to keep it in tip-top shape. The last concert tool place in July 2015 featuring concert organist: Ty Woodward, Click Here Ty's Biography.