There are a range of Friends events held throughout the year, including concerts at the Hill & Son Grand Organ, social gatherings, and recitals at various pipe organs throughout the Barossa Valley and beyond. Our events are posted on this page, as well as on our Facebook page – ‘like us’ to get regular updates and news in your Facebook news feed.

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We look forward to welcoming you to our next event!

Coming in November…

‘Soaring Sounds’ – Hill & Son Grand Organ CD Recording Launch

We are pleased to announce the release of the first professional recording of the Tanunda Hill & Son Organ, featuring acclaimed Sydney based organist David Tagg (pictured). The CD is planned for launch in November… we can’t wait!

Stay tuned to this site and our Facebook page for more info. If you would like to pre-order a copy of the CD and get ‘ahead of the crowd’, please email your name and details to


Saturday, October 21st @ 5:30pm

Twilight in the Barossa

A concert of beautiful music, brought to you by the Kiwanis Club of the Barossa!

This fundraising concert will be supporting HeartKids in the Barossa, and feature the outstanding talents of:

Eleanor Blythman – Vocalist (pictured)
Scott Angove
 – Organ
Steve Kaesler – Organ
Tommy Ng – Viola
James Yip – Piano
Mark Sandon – Accompanist

Concert tickets only $25 for adults, $20 concession, $10 students.  There is also a delicious post-concert meal package available… What a wonderful way to spend an evening in the Barossa!

For more information, call Chris on 0428 337 132 or email


Wednesday, December 6th @ 7pm

St Nicholas Concert

Pencil it in now! Our annual Christmas festivities will be back again this year, celebrating St Nicholas’ Day with special guests and featuring the 1877 Hill & Son Grand Organ!

Stay tuned for more details!

And don’t forget….. every Wednesday 11:30am – 12:00 pm

Hill & Son Grand Organ – ‘Tour, Talk and Taste’

Barossa Regional Gallery, 3 Basedow Road, Tanunda

Tour the inner workings of the organ,
Hear a short Talk on its history
Taste the sounds of the Grand Organ in a demonstration.

Cost is only a $5 donation per person to assist in the ongoing maintenance of the Grand Organ.

Share the experience!