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Gallery Concert—YoungArts at the Met:
Andrew Yeargin, Organ

Andrew Yeargin, organ. Photo courtesy of the artist

Please note the new day for this concert.

The Department of Musical Instruments presents the prize-winning young organist Andrew Yeargin in concert on the Met's 1830 Appleton pipe organ. A brief tour of The André Mertens Galleries for Musical Instruments immediately follows the concert.

Read more about the Museum's Appleton organ on the Musical Instruments department's blog, Of Note.

Above: Andrew Yeargin. Photograph courtesy of the artist

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