The Toronto Theatre Organ Society

A Note to Patrons Regarding our 2017 - 2018 Season

This year our season will include two silent films. There are no concerts planned at this time.

We continue to work towards a solution to the recent loss of access to Casa Loma and our Wurlitzer for concerts. At this time, the Wurlitzer remains in situ and we hope that in the future we will be able to make use of it for concerts once again. In the meantime, we are looking into alternate solutions to providing theatre organ concerts once again on a theatre pipe instrument.

We will keep you informed on our progress.

We value your continued support at this difficult time.

The TTOS will be presenting our next event on Monday November 6 - a screening of the 1927 silent film, Sunrise - A Song of Two Humans starring George O'Brien and Janet Gaynor and directed by F.W. Murnau- not at Casa Loma but instead at Kimbourne Park United Church - click here for a map and transit directions .

The Church is located at 200 Wolverleigh Boulevard - two blocks north of Danforth and half a block east on Wolverleigh Boulevard, off Coxwell Avenue.

Street parking is free after 6 pm north of Danforth Avenue on both sides of Coxwell Avenue. There is also a city parking lot on the Danforth beside Sunset Grill restaurant (half a block east of Coxwell).

The Church is a short walk from Coxwell Subway station.

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Please bring cash to the box office to purchase tickets on screening night. We will not be able to process credit and debit card transactions at the Church.

Please check back at this web site for further updates.

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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 presenting concerts and silent film screenings that feature the theatre organ, the Society seeks to keep traditional memories alive while introducing a new generation to the musical wonders of this amazing instrument. Our Volunteer Members regularly give their time to maintain and improve the organ and to produce, promote and present the Society's annual concert and silent film season.

Please contact us if you would like to join us as a volunteer.

Click here to use our secure payment system to make an online purchase of tickets and our CD!

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.

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.

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