Warragul Theatre Organ Society Incorporated

Inc. No. A00 19468P

ABN: 92 750 384

Postal Address:

The Secretary WTOS,

c/o 17 Eade Ave

Warragul VIC 3820

AUSTRALIA

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Warragul Theatre Organ Society Inc. (WTOS)

Gippsland division (in Victoria, Australia) of TOSA (Theatre Organ Society of Australia)

 

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OPPORTUNITIES TO BE INVOLVED

 

To enquire about visits, membership and club activities, etc., you may

  • write to an Office Bearer via our Postal Address (at the left)

  • or phone

  • or email

Office Bearers for 2024

President

Di Yuill, Ph: 0417 266 507; Email

 

Vice-President

Julian Thomson, Ph: 0418 337 130; Email

 

Secretary

Rose Dinsdale
The Secretary

c/o 17 Eade Ave

Warragul VIC 3820

 

Treasurer,
Membership Secretary,
Organ Practice

Bob Yuill, Ph: 0490 101 281; Email

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OPPORTUNITIES TO BE INVOLVED

The Warragul Theatre Organ Soc. Inc. is an integral part of Wesley of Warragul, but the organ itself is owned and maintained by our club. 

Concerts are to expose the great Theatre (pipe) organ for folk who wish to enjoy in their own vicinity; also for any newcomers to find the magic, along with the young musicians to take up the baton and run with it to not only play, but to learn the art of tuning and maintaining for the future.

Concerts of the past have drawn a select number of avid followers of the organ and organists, always telling the story of seeing, as a child, the organ (console) rising out of the floor of the theatre with the music playing. 
A memory etched forever. 

This is not being experienced now, although in Melbourne city and suburbs there are still Theatre pipe organs, (refer to "Links" on this website), but ours is exclusive to the whole of the Gippsland area.

1. We are in need of young blood to play, learn the workings and maintain.

2. Young adults that could run an incorporated not for profit Club who would need to live in close proximity for month to month duties.

3. To follow the constitution and expose the Wurlitzer to as many people as possible by creating and presenting quality entertainment. 

4. Due to the age of our existing members it is becoming difficult to operate as easily as once we did. Health and mobility is also taking its toll.

Looking forward to finding solutions to our situation in the near future with many thanks to Anne Simmons who did a marvelous job in putting us out there.

Check out the pages of this website!

www.warragultheatreorgan.org.au