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News about ATOS and the world of Theatre Organ internationally.
That’s a question I’m hearing more and more, which is very frustrating. To help out with the explanations of what we face, I’ve corralled Journal Editor Mike Bryant to fill in some of the blanks. His contributions are in italics. (He also suggested “Postal Service: Oxymoron?” as the headline: I didn’t take him up on that.)
An amazing look at this incredible theatre, with a soundtrack that speaks to our current situation. Beautiful and compelling - don't miss this!
Master pipe organ craftsman Ken Crome passed away on May 1, 2020. It would be difficult to find a corner of the theatre organ world that Ken didn't touch, from the original installation in the Jasper Sanfilippo home, to the recent acclaimed installation of the original Fox Studio Wurlitzer in the Bandrika studio of Nathan Barr.
The Sanfilippo family of Barrington Hills, Illinois announces the passing of their father, Jasper B. Sanfilippo, who died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
Make plans now to attend the 2020 annual convention; this year in Indianapolis. Registration is now open. (Opened at 12:00 midnight (PST) on New Year's Eve.)
Through the diligent work of Steve Worthington, Alexa now understands how to play Theatre Organ Radio without going through a third party, like Tune-In radio.
"Alexa, Open Theatre Organ Radio" will launch our AAC 128k stream on your device
ATOS is pleased to offer the 9th Annual Technical Experience for participants 18 years of age and older.
ATOS Chapter Showcase
The annual opportunity for Chapters to communicate to our membership and others their initiatives that inform, present and preserve theatre organs, as well as promote use of the instruments. The Showcase provides each of our Chapters a chance to illustrate their efforts toward these goals.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the three finalists selected for this year's Young Theatre Organist Competition!
They will perform on the 3/12 Wurlitzer in Eisenhart Auditorium on July 1, during the Annual Convention.