2022 CD - Convention Highlights
As Chairman of the Board of the American Theatre Organ Society, I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit our official website. Here you will find a wealth of information on our history, the personalities, and our organization.
You will see our journey, from our humble beginnings at a home meeting among friends, to having chapters across the world. If you’re new to ATOS or theatre organs, we can help you find a local chapter’s contact information so you can connect with like-minded individuals to empower you in your theatre organ journey.
If you’re a new member, welcome! If you’re a returning member, thank you for coming back. Our directors are also chapter liaisons who work with our chapters to keep lines of communications open so we can continue to do the work to preserve, promote, and protect the amazing theatre organ.
Our bi-monthly Journal is an industry standard and a wealth of information; it is a part of your membership and as a member, you can contribute articles to let the theatre organ world know what is going on in your locality. Once again, welcome!
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January 25Registration is Now Open! Visit the convention page: 2023 Convention more
November 11Renowned theatre organist Jim Riggs passed away on October 3, 2022. He will be remembered for his vintage theatre organ stylings and his congenial manner towards everyone he met. During his long career he served as house organist at many different venues, including 20 years at the Oakland Paramount. He is also associated with the Seattle Paramount, the Castro Theater in San Francisco, the Grand... more
August 2Greetings, We are addressing the issues and concerns that were brought up at the recent membership meeting. Our financial processes and procedures are being reviewed and they will be updated based upon those findings. Once the review is completed, we will contract with a Certified Public Accountant that has expertise with non profits and have a complete audit of our books done. Should you have... more