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    Silent Sundays Presents the classic silent romance/adventure "The Eagle" staring Rudolph Valentino. Accompanied live by Brett Valliant on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

    Complete information at https://silentsundays.vots-atos.org
    Starts
    02-17-2019 02:30 PM
    Ends
    02-17-2019 05:00 PM
    Location
    Phoenix Orpheum Theatre
    -Admin

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  • #2
    This sounds like a wonderful event for people who live close enough to attend. The theater looks exquisite.
    Bill

    My home organ: Content M5800

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    • Admin
      Admin commented
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      Our ATOS chapter has been running these events at the Orpheum since its restoration in 1998. The theatre is beautiful and so is the organ!

      We get a migration of snowbirds in Arizona each winter, and this is a popular event.

      With this post I'm testing the new Forum's feature of adding an event to the calendar. To add an event, start a new topic in any channel, then click the Calender icon in the tool bar. This will cause your event to appear on the Forum Calendar.

  • #3
    Originally posted by Admin View Post
    Silent Sundays Presents the classic silent romance/adventure "The Eagle" staring Rudolph Valentino. Accompanied live by Brett Valliant on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ.

    Complete information at https://silentsundays.vots-atos.org
    I have been to many of your "Silent Sundays" and they are wonderful Brett is a very talented organist. To accompany a silent film is a dying art form!.
    Chris Nabil - Owner of a Roland Atelier 900 Platinum.

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    • #4
      OH! They're not really silent! You mean "Silent Movie Sundays"!

      We've had a couple of silent movies presented on the big screens in our Sanctuary with accompaniment by our find Klais organ. They were well received.

      flashguy

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      • voet
        voet commented
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        David, when I first saw this topic, I thought it might be about a church that could not find an organist. That would be a different sort of "Silent Sunday" indeed.

      • Admin
        Admin commented
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        Silent Sundays has been used for the name of TCM's (Turner Classic Movies) silent film series for years. They probably had that name first. We inherited it when we took over the series at the Orpheum from the now defunct Orpheum Foundation in 2000.
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