Concerts & Recitals at Pilgrim

Music at Pilgrim
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Organ Recitals

Pilgrim often plays host to world class organists - John Scott, Philip Scriven, Benjamin Sheen, Martin Setchell, Thomas Trotter and others.

Please check our What's New column on the front page of this website for details of upcoming concerts.

These organists also play at the 11am Choral Eucharist Service at Pilgrim on the day of the concert recital.

Tickets available at the door for the 2.30pm Recitals - for details see the Events page or contact our office.

Free Lunchtime Organ Concerts are held twice monthly on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month from 1.00 - 1.30pm. Everyone is welcome.

Read more about our organs.

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Wednesday Lunch Hour Concerts - at Pilgrim   $5, Conc. $4 Click here for Lunch hour program
Full Program on the Recitals Australia Website - click here

Recitals Australia (ASKM)is a voluntary not for profit organiation dedicated to promoting fine music in South Australia. All profits are used to help develop local talent and to present the people of SA with performances of world class musicians. We are proud to host over 100 performances per year, and welcome all who wish to become members of our society.
Secretary:ph(08) 8266 4936, fax(08) 8266 4992 PO Box 71 Greenacres SA 5086

Sean Tanner, Co-ordinator of Vocalist performances at Pilgrim Uniting Church

"Pilgrim Uniting Church is a remarkable venue for recitals and performances of all kinds, with a magnificent acoustic to match its visual appeal. The church allows bright tones to easily fill the air, and has proven suitable to a wide variety of musicians including singers, brass, percussion, and strings.

Pilgrim actively supports local artists at all stages of their development and gives an extra hand to those starting out in their careers. This shows an unmatched dedication to the arts in this city, both contemporary and classical."