On selected dates, visitors can enjoy recitals on our Willis Organ that bring the history and scale of Blenheim Palace to life.
In the Long Library stands a magnificent organ by ‘Father’ Willis, built in 1891 to the order of the 8th Duke. This organ is the largest organ in private ownership in Europe, with four manuals and pedals, 2300 pipes and 53 speaking stops.
Visitors can enjoy demonstrations on the organ most Fridays from 12.00-13.00 and Sunday recitals on selected dates by a range of guest organists from 13.30-14.30.
Along with many of the treasures inside the Palace, the Willis Organ requires constant restoration and up-keep. An appeal has been launched allowing you to help restore this wonderful organ to its full glory by sponsoring one of the many pipes. Sponsorship starts at just £25. For further details of how you can help call 01993 810530 or email using the enquire button below.
|18th February||Andrew Patterson|
|25th February||Laurence Caldecote|
|4th March||Keith Tomkinson|
|11th March||Christian Gautschi|
|18th March||Andrew Patterson|
|1st April||Andrew Patterson - Easter Music|
|8th April||Charles Wooler|
|15th April||Mark Swinton|
|22nd April||Bryan Almond|
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