A walking tour of one of the world’s greatest pipe organs, and one of Yale’s most vibrant cultural treasures. Don’t miss this behind-the-gold-pipes secret view of both its musical and technological aspects. Marvel at its
- 12,641 pipes
- 142 stops
- 197 ranks
- 30,000 pneumatic valves
- 1,000 pneumatic motors
- 160 miles of electrical wire
- eight divisions in six expression chambers
- two relay rooms
- two 20-horsepower Spencer turbines
all a monument to the state-of-the-art technology of 1928!
Your tour guides: Joseph Dzeda, organ curator; and Thomas Murray, University Organist.
Places are extremely limited. Register here.
Admission: Free but register in advance
Open to: General Public