The ATOS Endowment Fund assists ATOS chapters or other not-for-profit organizations engaged in theatre pipe organ programs or projects which will have a lasting impact on the preservation or presentation of the theatre pipe organ as a historically American instrument and musical art form; projects or programs of particular historical or scholarly merit; and other projects or pr
News about ATOS and the world of Theatre Organ internationally.
The ATOS Directors, Staff and Volunteers thank you for your participation and support. We wish all a Merry Christmas and the best of holiday wishes to all.
2017 Annual Fundraising Campaign – ATOS Needs Your Help
The month has been busy in several ways including personal travel and ATOS efforts.
The month of September saw several happenings of interest to everyone.
Prepare now for the 2018 Pasadena Convention
June 29 (Friday) - July 3 (Tuesday) After-Glow
Registration information and venue/artist information appears in the January/February 2018 issue of Theatre Organ Journal. Online registration and hotel reservations are now open.
Fall is arriving. Here are some notes regarding the theatre organ related to ATOS and its activities.
Beginning Fall Program Season
As many members are aware, September begins the programming year for many Chapters and affiliated organizations. If you have not visited the ATOS Events List, please check here:
Having listened to the students’ praises for young organist programs, I asked the SYA instructors if I might see for myself what the students experience. I was warmly invited to attend the 2017 program in Chicago. The invitation turned into an assignment as a volunteer chaperone for the entire week.
Several distinguished ATOS members were recognized at the 2017 awards ceremony at the convention in Tampa.
A STATEMENT FROM BOB DILWORTH,
DICKINSON THEATRE ORGAN SOCIETY
By now, via a story originally distributed by the Associated Press, and subsequently various outlets of print, TV and social media, many of our good friends in the world of the theatre organ are aware that DTOS, the Dickinson Theatre Organ Society in Wilmington, DE, has been a victim of some financial foul play.