ASU Gammage will rededicate its famous Aeolian-Skinner Pipe Organ with a free concert given by Richard Elliott, principal organist of the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City. The rededication concert celebrates the modernization of the 53-year-old instrument specifically designed and voiced for the world-renowned concert hall acoustics of ASU Gammage. For more information visit

This lecture is part of a series celebrating the legacies of Professors of Music David N. Johnson (1969-1980) and Robert Clark (1981-1998).

Series itinerary

Saturday, Oct. 20

noon–1:30 p.m., ASU Gammage, concert of ASU organ students performing David N. Johnson’s music (free and open to public).

2:15–3:30 p.m., W218, Music Building, “David N. Johnson’s Role in Creating the Total Musician.” Moderated by Albert Leffler (free and open to public).

4–5:30 p.m., W218 Music Building,  “Teaching the Imagination: Robert Clark’s Pedagogical Legacy.” Moderated by Douglas Reed (free and open to public).

Sunday, Oct. 21

2:30–4 p.m., Organ Hall, Music Building, concert in honor of Bob Clark by alumni Doug Reed, Curt Sather, Mike Mazzatenta and Mark Overman. Tickets $12-$22 at the Herberger Institute Box Office.

7:30–9 p.m., ASU Gammage, rededication concert by organist Richard Elliott (free and open to public).

Photo of ASU Gammage Organ Console 2018

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