With the 17974 pipes and their 233 stops, the organ in Passau’s St. Stephen’s Cathedral is considered the largest Catholic church organ in the world. The overall layout of the five organ works, which can be played together from a main playing table, is considered a technical marvel. For visitors from all over the world the “Domorgel” is a “must” when staying in Passau.
Up-to-date information about the cathedral music can always be found on the pages of the diocese of Passau.
Noon organ concerts in the Hohen Dom St. Stephan zu Passau:
From 2 May to 31 October, except on Sundays and public holidays, the world-famous Domorgel can be seen daily in concert. The musicians will play a concert lasting about half an hour, during which the sound possibilities of the organ system will be presented with a broad spectrum of organ music of various centuries.
On Sundays and public holidays there are no organ concerts, but the organ can be heard during the liturgical celebration.
Entrance fees to the midday organ concerts:
Adults 5.00 €
Reduced price 2.00 € (for pupils, students, severely handicapped with ID)
Evening Concerts in the High Cathedral of St. Stephen in Passau
Alternating with the “Spiritual Evening Concerts” will be held every Thursday at 19:30 (except public holidays) organ concerts from 2 May to 31 October.
Ticket sales from 6.30 pm at the ticket office in the Dominnenhof, ticket reservation not possible,
Admission to the Dom via Dominnenhof: from 6.45 pm
Start: 7.30 pm
End: approx. 8.30
Entrance fees to the evening concerts:
adults 10,00 €
reduced price 5,00 € (pupils, students, handicapped persons with ID)
There are no group discounts. Seat reservations are not possible.
Concerts and worship music
Evening organ concert Bach + Plus
24th Sunday of the year |
Michael Beck and Michael Lakota, trumpets Brigitte Fruth, organ
Spiritual Evening Concert – Diocesan brass and organ
Evening Concert – Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Mass in G D 167
Spiritual Concert Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) Requiem