We're excited to announce that Brett Valliant will be taking over the Wurlitzer organ console for our next Silent Sundays.
Work is continuing on the Phoenix College Wurlitzer restoration project.
Going to the ATOS National Convention in Tampa in July?
Seeing the Phoenix Boy's Choir perform is always a treat, but the audience at their April 23rd Spring Pops Concert had the additional pleasure of hearing the Phoenix Orpheum Organ accompanying them.
This Saturday, April 22nd, is the Celebration of the Life of Madeline Livolsi at Organ Stop Pizza.
Last summer, the estate of Bill Brown donated many of Bill's organ related photos and documents to our chapter.
Bill Carr, our Phoenix College Wurlitzer Project Crew Chief, has set up work days at the college for this and next month.
Last month we reported on Facebook rumors that the beloved Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa was up for sale.
Longtime VOTS member, Madeline LiVolsi died the afternoon of January 21st after a prolonged hospitalization.
A posting on that fair and balanced news source, Facebook, claims that Organ Stop Pizza
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Long time Valley of the Sun Chapter Secretary Madeline LiVolsi has resigned due to health problems.
The Orpheum Organ is two steps closer to being playable.