Next Concert Sep 25 2pm Michael Bell and Emerging Artists . The concert is free, but bookings are essential and audience numbers may be restricted by shifting Covid regulations. The concert will also be livestreamed. Links to the booking site and livestream will be available soon.
You can support the Town Hall Organ Trust in bringing you free concerts with a donation. There will be collection buckets as you exit the Great Hall for notes and coins, or you can deposit a donation into the Auckland Town Hall Organ Trust account:
02 0256 0071785 00
Please put the word Donation into the reference fields. All donations over $5 are tax deductible: If you would like a tax receipt please also reference your name and send an email to our treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a receipt.
Sunday afternoon concerts of 2022:
Concerts in 2022 will continue to be free but will require tickets, which will be available through MOSHTIX. We will update this page with a direct link to the ticketing page when it is ready for receiving ticket orders.
“To improve the standard of music in our city”, was the hope of Sir Henry Brett when he donated Auckland’s original town hall organ in 1911. There is no doubt, music making in the Queen City has advanced to an international standard over the past century, and the country’s leading concert instrument in the town hall has certainly had a part to play. This year the Organ Trust’s four concerts will showcase some of New Zealand’s leading organists, and hopefully some friends from Australia.
HIDDEN BEHIND the beautiful 1911 façade is an array of thousands of pipes, dozens of bellows, and a network of sophisticated wiring and technology. The 2010 Orgelbau Klais organ at the Auckland Town Hall (303 Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand) has gained a reputation as one of the world’s finest concert hall instruments, a reputation endorsed by leading international organists.