The University of St. Thomas is home to five quality pipe organs, including four-tracker organs. These instruments support the musical worship in three major chapels on the Saint Paul campus, and the St. Thomas More Chapel at the Law School in Minneapolis. Together these organs serve as a rich and inspiring resource to the University–by serving as teaching, accompanying and performing instruments for University music students, faculty, and ensembles, and as a locus for music concerts that provide invaluable cultural benefits to the Twin Cities community and beyond.

Gabriel Kney organ at St. Thomas Noack organ at St. Thomas Organ keyboard Daalen Organ

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Hans-Ola Ericsson

Swedish concert performer, recording artist and composer Han-Ola Ericsson will present a free organ recital on Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 PM in St. Mary’s Chapel. The concert is part of the UST Music Department Organ Artist Series and is co-sponsored by the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity, and the UST Sacred Arts Festival.
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Christa Rakich, an American organist, stands in front of an organ.

Concert and recording artist Christa Rakich will present a free organ recital on Sunday September 29, at 3:00 PM in St. Mary’s Chapel. The concert is part of the UST Music Department Organ Artist Series, and is co-sponsored by the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
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Tan Aaron

Soloist Aaron Tan, winner of the 2018 American Guild of Organists Young Artist Competition will present a free concert on Sunday, March 17 at 3:00 PM in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. The concert is free and open to the public.
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David Jenkins to Present Faculty Recital

David Jenkins will present an organ and harpsichord recital on Saturday October 20, at 7:30 pm in St. Mary’s Chapel.
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