Duke Chapel is unique in having three outstanding pipe organs, each in a different style, which are used for worship services, recitals, and the study of organ performance. They are the Flentrop (Benjamin N. Duke Memorial Organ) located in the nave, the Aeolian (Kathleen McClendon Organ) located in the chancel, and the Brombaugh organ found in the Memorial Chapel. In addition, the Chapel owns a portative organ, used for accompanying small groups.

See the schedule for this year's Organ Recital Series.

Open organists' rehearsals are held regularly in the Chapel by Organ Scholars and local organists. Visitors to the Chapel are invited to listen from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday during the academic year, excluding breaks and holidays. For a formal organ demonstration and tour, please email (chapelmusic@duke.edu) or call (919-684-3898) one week prior. Demonstrations are most easily scheduled on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

The Chapel's organs are played in worship services and concerts throughout the year. For more information, visit the Chapel Music page.