St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral is opening its doors again for our lunch-time organ recitals. This heritage-listed cathedral located in the heart of the city, on the south-eastern corner of Victoria Square, has been an integral part of South Australian life for over 150 years. It has recently undergone significant restoration work, including the installation of a Canadian-built 1927 Casavant Frères pipe organ. The instrument is unique to Australia, being the only example of an inter-war built organ from the American continent and has a different sound to English-style organs of that era. The lunch-time recitals are a unique opportunity to visit this beautiful place of worship and be inspired by some of the world’s best classical music being played on this magnificent pipe organ.
The space is part of: St Francis Xavier's Cathedral