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News just in from American Theatre Organ Society Chairman, Ian Ridley:
The London and South of England Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society has received notice under the terms of their agreement with the Barry Town Council that the famous Regal Edmonton 4/16 Christie Theatre Organ has to be removed from the magnificent setting of Barry Memorial Hall.
Since the organ’s opening concert there on St David's Day 1987, Barry and ATOS have benefited hugely from a long running series of dances played throughout by David Redfern plus concerts featuring artists from ... Read more.
Are you concerned about decreasing club and society memberships/attendance? Want to know how other people are coping, or perhaps you have some suggestions to help others?
Following the sad passing of Ken Marshall (West Surrey Organ Club), his wife, Anne and family would like to thank everyone for the wonderful cards and letters received.
He will be sadly missed by all.
Penny Weedon has just informed us that an incorrect date was sent to the Keyboard Cavalcade Magazine for their concert diary.
Penny mistyped her concert date for The Bournemouth Pavilion as 14th June 2009 instead of 14th of May and is concerned that people may turn up next month expecting to see her there, hence her plea to OrganFax.
We've just received the following update from Andrew Nix regarding his. Incidentally, Crazy Rhythm will be added to the OrganFax Shop later today, why not be one of the first to get your copy?
"Hooray!...The CDs have arrived.
I am delighted to inform everyone that the CDs, More…Happy Music and Crazy Rhythm, have been delivered today. Also I can confirm that I have posted (first class) the CDs to those who placed an order. Once again I can only apologise for the unforeseen cir... Read more.
"Opus One", the latest release from Michael Wooldridge, comes packed with all your favourite standards. Every track is played with Michael's usual flair on the Roland Atelier organ and is accompanied by good friend and expert percussionist: Phil Soloman. Well worth a listen!
Buy your copy online through our shop.