The Philadelphia Organ Festival, taking place March 15-23, invites audiences to discover the region’s rich trove of historic pipe organs, in some of the area’s most beautiful buildings, in performances that showcase the spectacular sounds and grandeur of what Mozart called “the king of instruments.”

The festival includes collaboration with (and performances from members of) The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Marian Anderson Historical Society, Artcinia, The Crossing, and Opera Philadelphia with venues including Tindley Temple, Rodeph Shalom, the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, Girard College Chapel, the Unitarian Society of Germantown, St. Luke’s Germantown, and Longwood Gardens.

Philadelphia-based Partners for Sacred Places, the only national, nonsectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to the sound stewardship and active community use of America’s older religious properties, is the producer of the festival.

For tickets, the full festival schedule, and more information, please visit Tickets will also be available the day of performance at each venue, and special community pricing will also be offered.