Our church has a rather ancient pipe organ, built between the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century by Cesare Romani. Restored in 1994 with philological criteria still retains much of the original material. The instrument is on the left side of the triumphal arch, while on the right side there is a choir with fake rods. The sound of this instrument accompanies the most solemn liturgical celebrations, helping our faithful to gather in prayer. In fact, the music emphasizes all the moods of the orante, from the sadness composed of Lent, to the joy of Christmas, to the joyful exultation of Easter morning.
- Builder: Cesare Romani
- Year: late sixteenth century - early seventeenth century
- Restorations / modifications: Francesco Zanin (1994, conservative restoration)
- Registers: 6
- Pipes: ?
- Transmission: suspended mechanics
- Console: window, in the center of the front of the case
- Keyboards: 1 of 48 notes with first octave steps (C1-C5, with enharmonic keys in G#2 / A♭2, G#3 / A♭3, G#4 / A♭4)
- Pedalboard: 8-note loudspeaker (C1-B1), without its own registers and constantly combined with the manual
- Location: in a single body, on the cantoria next to the right hand wall of the left transept