Sunday 21st May - David Lowe and Declan Poole will be playing the Worthing WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ. Concert starts at 2:30pm.
For more information please see www.worthing-wurlitzer.org
For those of you who are new to cinema and theatre organs, Wurlitzer pipe organs are historic musical instruments that were orginally designed to provide accompaniment to silent films in cimemas. After the 'talkies' were invented, the instruments were used to provide music before and after film shows and during the interval. Many cinema buildings were demolished in the latter half of the 20th Century but a number of the organs were saved and reinstalled in other buildings. The Wurlitzer installed in the Assembly Hall at Worthing is just such an example and the excellent acoustics of the hall make the best of this organ's rich sounds.
CDs are available to purchase both before concerts and during the interval. We also have second hand vinyl records available.
A huge collection of sheet music is available with advance notice - please email us at email@example.com
Tickets can be purchase in advanced from the Box Office, telephone 01903 206206.
Doors open at 1:45pm.
Tea, coffee, cake and biscuits are available both before and after the concert; ice-creams are available during the interval.
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|February 19th||Len Rawle|
|March 19th||Phil Kelsall|
|April 23rd||Michael Wooldridge|
|May 21st||David Lowe and Declan Poole|
|July 10th||Michael Wooldridge (more details)|
7.30pm, Michael joins the Worthing Symphony Orchestra to play the organ part in the famous Saint-Saens Organ Symphony on the Worthing Wurlitzer, in a concert featuring Nicola Benedetti playing Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1, The Big Country by Moross and Alwyn’s The Card, 01903 206 206
|September 24th||David Gray|
|October 15th||Phil Kelsall|
|November 19th||Richard Hills|
|February 18th||Michael Wooldridge|