List of Theatre Organ artists. This of course is not a comprehensive list, but includes artists who are regularly performing on the theatre organ worldwide.

Staff Organist, Arlington Theatre Santa Barbara, Calif.

Melissa began organ studies at the young age of thirteen. At age fourteen, she performed her first concert at the Michigan Theatre in Ann Arbor. Since then, she has performed on several notable theatre organs such as the Flint Institute of Music, Fox Theatre (Detroit), Redford Theatre (Detroit), Temple Theatre (Saginaw), and many more.

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Bernie Anderson graduated from Montclair State University in New Jersey summa cum laude with the degree of Bachelor of Music in composition. In 2000, Bernie earned his MFA at New York University,...

Nathan Avakian, from Portland, Ore., is the 2009 overall winner of the ATOS Young Theatre Organist Competition. His fascination with the theatre organ began at age 4 with a visit to the Portland...

Steven Ball occupies a rather unique place in the world of the Theater Organ. In addition to being a Fulbright Scholar, he is part of a small number of artists in the profession to have ever...

Charlie Balogh is originally from Trenton, New Jersey. His interest in music began at age 11, at which time he started organ instruction. He studied with various teachers and eventually attended...

Concert Artiste and Demonstrator for Allen Organs U.K.

Juan Cardona, Jr. of Newtown, Conn., began studying piano and organ at age 7 and has continued his musical training through college, studying classical organ with Angela Salcedo at the University...

Ronald Carter, an ATOS member and on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Chapter, has presented numerous theatre organ concerts and silent film accompaniments throughout the southeast. He is a...

Theatre organ concerts featuring music of the 20s, ragtime, marches, a short silent movie and perhaps a vocal or two.

During the years that Jelani Eddington has given concerts, he has easily established himself as one of the most prominent and sought-after artists on the concert circuit. Eddington has performed...

Christian Elliott is one of today’s prominent concert organists. At home performing literature of the church or theatre, he is very much in demand as a scorer of...

Martin Ellis holds the distinction of being the first winner of the ATOS Young Organists Competition in 1986. After his initial exposure to theatre organ at the Paramount Music Palace in...

Scott Foppiano was born in Memphis, Tenn., in 1965. He studied the piano with Evelyn Maschmeyer of the Memphis Beethoven Club, organ with Dr. John Hooker at Calvary Episcopal Church and began playing the organ in church while a student in the Parish School of St. Paul the Apostle. During his years at Christian Brothers High School he discovered his love for the sound of the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ at Memphis' Orpheum Theatre and soon began playing overtures and intermissions.