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To all of our Friends in ATOS: Let me first take a moment to offer this – from Chairman of the Board Bob Dilworth and all of the members of the board and the staff of ATOS, we hope this holiday season is a truly wonderful time for you and your family and...
It is with sadness we report the passing of Fred Bruflodt of Lansing, MI, a long time ATOS member who among other things, was a talented recording engineer. He was 72 years old. In addition to the outstanding work Fred did for ATOS on the EMCATOS 2011...
As has been reported in the pages (three articles) in the current issue of Theatre Organ, and also on this ATOS website, the organization is beginning to take the first steps toward reorganization following the September retreat in St. Louis. A recent...
Following the ATOS retreat in September, the organization is now embarking on several tasks as it moves forward implementing the recommendations from the event. ATOS Chairman Bob Dilworth has appointed the first two committees. The Finance Committee, headed...
Jack Moelmann has updated the Theatre Organ Journal Index. Wanna find an article on Ann Leaf. View or download the 2015 edition here. If you appreciate Jack's work, let him know.
An Overview of the ATOS Retreat Twenty representatives of the American Theatre Organ Society spent nearly 14 hours over two days in a corporate retreat, held September 20-21 at the Hilton Hotel at the St. Louis airport. Attendees: Board: Chairman Bob...
Watch the Video Preview here. Overture on July 2 Longwood Gardens with Jonas Nordwall Welcome Cocktail Party with cash bar (Open to all, not just Overture) Macy's (Wanamaker organ) with Peter Richard Conte Day 1 July 3 Membership Meeting Macy's...
Awards Due to an printing error, page 21 was omitted. It will be reprinted in the next issue, but until then, here is the full Awards story:
We've heard you!! You've asked, "If the young people get the Summer Youth Adventure, what about us older players?" STEP UP YOUR PLAYING is ATOS' answer to an adult-level teaching experience. Jonas Nordwall, Donna Parker and Ken Double will provide tips...
To all who love the theatre organ, and especially Mighty Mo at the Atlanta Fox: There have been some comments, statement and, written reaction to a video production that was recently released on the great Moller organ, and other items erroneously indicating I...