Welcome to the American Theatre Organ Society.

If you are one of our thousands of members, welcome back and enjoy our site. If you are new, we hope you will take some time to discover one of the music world's unique gems - the Mighty Theatre Organ. It's been more than 100 years since Wurlitzer, Barton, Robert-Morton, Kimball, and dozens of other companies created thousands of instruments, made to accompany silent films, and fill majestic movie palaces with glorious music. With 70 local chapters across the U.S. and around the world, ATOS promotes the instrument, presenting concerts and silent films, developing young artists and technicians, providing scholarships, and most of all, having a lot of fun in the world of music. If not a member, we hope you will join us. Welcome!

Recent News & Articles
  • Tampa, Florida is the site of the 2017 annual ATOS convention, featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer in the beautiful Tampa Theatre. The main convention will run July 3 - 6. Two ENCORE events take place on July 7 & 8. more
  • Alex Jones

    This year's Young Theatre Organist Competion had six (6) applications. Three (3) made it! Our three YTOC finalists, who will be performing at the 2017 Tampa Convention at the YTOC competition are… (in alphabetical order…) Ryan Hardy Alex Jones Nicholas Renkosik This year the competition was tough! We are very proud of this group of young organists and can’t wait to hear them at the 2017... more
  • There are a lot of good reasons for you to be coming to Tampa for the ATOS Annual convention July 3-6. Great players, great theatre organs, great fun! And now there is another reason. The “Early-bird” registration rate of $329 will be extended through June 15th, so there is plenty of time to make your plans, sign up, and come on down to Tampa! The Tampa Theatre! Grace Church! The Amalie Arena,... more
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Recently Added Events

October 24
5/102 - Merrill Auditorium / the Kotzschmar Organ

July 11
3/16 - Arcada Theatre

August 15
3/13 - Michigan Theater

August 13
3/13 - Michigan Theater

October 14
3/30 Wurlitzer - Public Museum of Grand Rapids Meijer Theatre