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NOTE: All Chapter Events and Program Series subject to change without notice – however, we will do our best to inform all ticket holders and members of any foreseeable changes in venue and/or scheduling well in advance of the event date.
Notice: On Silent Movie Nights, Doors open at 6:00 P.M
On concert only programs, doors open at 1:30 P.M.
Four short Charlie Chaplin
|Russ Peck, is a Theatre Organ Society member and home town favorite.He is a valued member of TOSSD's organ crew. Russ specializes in developing and performing musical scores for accompanying silent films. He is “Home Organist” for San Diego’s Balboa Theater and performs with the San Diego Symphony for their silent film programs. He also accompanies silent films at the Spreckles Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. His silent film selection will be announced at a later date.|
Ty is a noted theater organ concert artist and is currently the Staff Organist at Disney’s El Capitan Theater in Hollywood. He was a Staff Organist at the Organ Power Restaurants in San Diego. Ty performs concerts throughout the U.S. His recording of theater organ music was performed on the mighty Wurlitzer in the Auditorium Theater in Rochester, New York.
Chris is a theater organist in high demand, with a recognized talent for developing and performing authentic silent film musical scores. He was a protege of legendary organist Gaylord Carter, Chris has accompanied films at notable venues such as San Francisco Silent Film Festivals, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Chris will accompany the 1926 silent film classic The General, starring Buster Keaton.
While Greg is known locally for his passionate interest In rebuilding, restoring and maintaining theater organs –like TOSSD’s Wurlitzer, he is also known and respected for his development and performance of authentic musical scores for silent films. Greg is truly a “preservationist” of theater organ instruments as well as their music which expressed the emotion and action on the screen. Greg has chosen to accompany two films...the 1923 silent film The Pilgrim, starring Charlie Chaplin and the 1922 Harold Lloyd film, Dr. Jack. Join us to watch these two films accompanied as they would have been when they were shown when first released on our Mighty Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra!
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