The Toronto Theatre Organ Society

Click here to see our 2013-2014 Concert and Silent Film schedule

The Toronto Theatre Organ Society was organized in the mid-sixties to rescue Shea's Wurlitzer from almost certain extinction when it had to be removed from Maple Leaf Gardens. The Society is a nonprofit all-volunteer organization whose aims are to promote an appreciation of all theatre organs, and to bring together people who share this common interest.

By preserving and maintaining Canada's largest Wurlitzer, and by presenting this magnificent part of Toronto's musical heritage in concert throughout the year, the Society seeks to keep traditional memories alive while introducing a new generation to the musical wonders of this amazing instrument. Members regularly give their time to maintain and improve the organ, and to produce and promote the Society's annual concert season, its only outside source of funds.

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TTOS is now a registered charity. Please contact us by email at enquiries@ttos.ca to arrange your donation and we will send you a tax receipt.

Click here for track information and to purchase a copy of our CD - The Music of Casa Loma - featuring Ken Double in concert playing the Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ in the Great Hall of Casa Loma.

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Music of Casa Loma

 

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