ATOS Convention Day 3 - July 5
News about ATOS and the world of Theatre Organ internationally.
ATOS Convention Day 6 - Encore
Pictures of the day.
ATOS Convention Day 2 - July 4
We are pleased to announce the Board of Directors for the upcoming year:
Richard Neidich, Chairman
George Andersen, Vice Chairman
Vincent Mirandi, Treasurer
Dave Calendine, Secretary
Michael Fellenzer, Immediate Past Chairman
"Hi I'm Jared Goldinger, winner of the 2016 George Wright Memorial Fellowship. We started off on a looooonnnng 4 hour bus trip to the senate theatre to see the 4/37 Wurlitzer with Richard Hills performing. I was expecting much but not this much; I was absolutely amazed by the size, the power, and even the swell shades with the faint lights inside the chambers.
The American Theatre Organ Society will be holding its annual Young Theatre Organist Competition this coming July 5 in Cleveland. The initial competition has yielded three finalists.
Seamus Gethicker, Richie Gregory and Luke Staisiunas.
Please plan on attending this event to support our extraordinary young talent.
Registration is now open for the 2016 ATOS Technical Experience
Carlton Smith Pipe Organ Restorations
September 12 - 15, 2016
Read more here:
The 2016 International Youth Silent Film Festival
is currently underway in Portland, Oregon and is featured in a nearly 17-minute segment on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s (OPB) “State of Wonder” program this weekend.
SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING CANCELLED
Greetings ATOS Members and Friends,
Joe Patten, also known as the “Phantom of the Fox” and a person often singled out as the key individual in the effort to save the Atlanta Fox Theatre, died Thursday in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Patten had recently suffered a massive stroke, and had been hospitalized.