The Barossa Council care deeply about the health of both the community and their staff and volunteers and are taking further actions to protect them in response to Covid19. Council are taking a number of measures to ensure risk to public health is minimised including the closure of the Barossa Regional Gallery from 19th March 2020 until further notice.
The Hill and Son Grand Organ
Built originally for the Adelaide Town Hall in 1875, it is the oldest concert organ on the Australian mainland. The Organ Historical Trust acquired the instrument in 1994 and with the cooperation of local organisations the Tanunda Soldier's Memorial Hall became its permanent home in 1997.
Since then, the Hill and Son Grand Organ has been fully restored both internally and externally.
To read more about the amazing restoration of the beautiful Hill & Son Organ click here.
For concerts and events featuring the organ visit our Events page, or see the Friends of the Hill & Son Organ website, www.barossaorgan.com. If you would like to receive regular information on organ music events around the Barossa, or would like to receive information on the Friends of the Hill & Son Grand Organ, contact Steve Kaesler, 0408811837 or email [email protected].