Hear and See Now!
Words can't describe the sounds of the theatre organ. To understand what a Theatre Organ is, you have to hear and see one.
To find a Theatre Organ in your area, visit our Where Are They pages.
...or you might find a local chapter of ATOS in your area.
...or you could listen to Theatre Organ Radio.
...or take a look at some of the videos below.
Watch and Hear on You TubeJelani Eddington
Jelani Eddington plays the Main Title from the Star Wars Symphonic Suite at the 5/80 Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ in Barrington, Illinois. Video by Donnie Rankin/DR4 Productions LLC and audio by Josh Richter.
Simon Gledhill and Richard Hills
'Spectre on the Spree!' by Louis Mordish, played by Simon Gledhill on the Holbeach Studio Organ and Richard Hills on the Steinway piano, with assistance from Robert Rowley.
Behind the Scenes with organist Ken Double and the Atlanta Fox Theatre's Mighty Mo' organ
We went backstage at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta to talk with Ken Double, the masterful organist who plays the beloved "Mighty Mo." The world's second largest theater organ, it utilizes 3,622 pipes ranging from the size of a ball point pen to 32 feet tall and wide enough for a man to stand in, and, says Double, "It is a privilege to play."
David Gray at Dickinson High School, Wilmington, Delaware
A few moments with David Gray prior to his concert for the Dickinson Theatre Organ Society on November 22, 2014.
Selections from "Slumdog Millionaire" - Nathan Avakian
Arrangement/transcription of music by A R Rahman from the 2008 motion picture "Slumdog Millionaire." Selections include "Latika's Theme," "Mausam and Escape," and "Jai Ho." In addition to the theatre organ, vocals and other tracks are featured.
A Tribute to the late organist Buddy Cole, by TheatrePierre
"When the Leaves Are Turning" was a beautiful song composed and arranged by Hollywood Organist/Pianist Buddy Cole. It was featured on Buddy's concept album, "Autumn Nocturne". Here, the new Paramount 450 Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ faithfully recreates Buddy's own arrangement.