Staying at Home? - Listen to the Theatre Organ!

As people heed the order to stay at home and many live events are canceled, there are still possibilities to enjoy theatre organ performances.
Here are some options for listening at home:

South Florida Chapter YouTube Channel
Organ Piper Pizza's Live Streamed "Quarantine Concert"
Dickinson's Live Streamed Concerts
ATOS "See and Hear" Videos
Tour the St Louis Fox Wurlitzer
Atlantic City Boardwalk Organs
International Youth Silent Film Festival Winners
Theatre Organ Radio
Hot Pipes Broadcasts

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Upcoming Virtual Events
Date Time / Place Artist Event Type
June 5 12:00pm in Joliet, Illinois various Quarantine Concerts
Virtual Event
June 13 11:00am in Tulsa, Oklahoma Bill Rowland Second Saturday Silents at the Circle Cinema
Virtual Event
July 4 11:30am in Phoenix, Arizona Natsuki Saballos Virtual 4th of July Concert
Virtual Event

News & Articles
  • May 31
    An amazing look at this incredible theatre, with a soundtrack that speaks to our current situation. Beautiful and compelling - don't miss this! more
  • May 3
    Master pipe organ craftsman Ken Crome passed away on May 1. 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. His stellar craftsmanship is seen the in the numerous consoles he... more
  • April 17
    Due to the current COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic, the Summer Technical Experience, originally scheduled for August, 2020, is cancelled. We plan to resume the STE next year. The dates will be announced in the Spring of 2021. more
  • April 15
    This evening, the Board of Directors made the tough decision to cancel this year's YTOC competition. At the same time, we voted to change the age requirements for the next two year's competitions so that those that would have aged out this year and next would have another opportunity to enter the competition. We look forward to resuming the competition next year at the convention in Indianapolis... more
  • March 22
    Video update from Dave Calendine on ATOS Issues, March 22, 2020. Hello! My name is Dave Calendine, Chairman of the American Theatre Organ Society. Today’s update brings some very important news regarding things with ATOS. Convention Rescheduled Due to the concern and seriousness of the COVID-19, or Coronavirus, this year’s convention in Indianapolis is being rescheduled to the summer of 2021. The... more
  • March 19
    Dear Friends, All of us at ATOS recognize we are dealing with uncertain times. Last night your ATOS Board of Directors took what we believe is the appropriate step to reschedule the ATOS Annual Convention to July of 2021, in Indianapolis. We do not take these actions lightly and know everyone’s health and well-being need to be of paramount importance. The 2021 convention will follow this schedule... more
  • March 14
    To our ATOS members, The American Theatre Organ Society, along with many other organizations, is monitoring the Corona Virus, or COVID-19 pandemic. While our passion of working on and presenting the theatre organ is there, we must also realize that gatherings are being highly discouraged, and in some places, banned outright, in order to slow the spread of the virus. We recognize that many of our... more
  • November 19
    In 2011, the American Theatre Organ Society entered into a partnership agreement with the University of Oklahoma which established the Theatre Organ Archive and Library at the American Organ Institute . What was the collection of historical material, recordings, letters, and more thus found not only a new home, but received the benefit of serious archival attention. This partnership was of great... more