Kelvingrove boasts a magnificent organ, built at the turn of the last century.
We have a programme of daily organ recitals; performances are free, and take place at the following times:
Monday to Saturday - 1pm (duration: 30 minutes)
Sunday - 3pm to 3.45pm
Use the link on the right hand of this page to download a pdf version of the up-to-date schedule of performers.
Visitors are welcome to join tours of the organ by organist James Hunter, every Friday, straight after the recital.
More about the Kelvingrove Organ
The organ at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has been awarded a Grade One Historic Organ Certificate (HOC) by the British Institute of Organ Studies (BIOS), given to organs of significant historic interest. It is only the thirteenth organ in Scotland to be awarded a Grade One Certificate.
Click here to read more about the Kelvingrove Organ.
The Kelvingrove Organ: A short history
The history of the organ is explored in this booklet, written by Kelvingrove's Honorary Director of Music, Dr James Hunter.
The booklet includes an accompanying CD of music. The pieces are performed by some of the esteemed organists from across the UK who visit Kelvingrove regularly to perform for the public in unique daily recitals.
Find out more about the booklet from our Publications section.