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The Cinema Organ SocietyMonday, March 23rd, 2020 at 1:23pm
We do hope everyone is keeping safe and healthy. While organ concerts are cancelled, you can still virtually get your fix of cinema organ!

Where to virtually hear cinema organ:

Monday
Hot Pipes (Weekly Podcast)
www.hotpipes.eu

Pandemic Prescription Podcast (The Organist Encores)
www.organistencores.com

Thursday
The Organist Encores Podcast
www.organistencores.com

Friday
Scottish Cinema Organ Trust "S.C.O.T Soirées" Broadcast Series
www.scotwurlitzer.com/soiree

Other programmes and broadcasts:
American Theatre Organ Society Radio
https://atosradio.org/atosradio/landings.html

Hot Pipes Podcast & Broadcast
www.hotpipes.eu

Organ1st Radio
www.organradio.com

And of course you can find many theatre organ recordings and videos on YouTube, Spotify and Apple music.

If we missed anything out, let us know!
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The Cinema Organ SocietyThursday, March 19th, 2020 at 8:54am
Covid-19 Update

Following the Government’s latest advice on Covid-19, the COS has decided, with regret, not to proceed with any scheduled April events.

The well-being of our members, visitors, performers, officers and workers is of paramount importance, and we note the recent recommendation that large gatherings should be avoided.

The position around the COS Districts for the next two months is as follows:

Southern District – April concert at the Troxy, London E1 and May concert at St John Vianney Church, Clayhall both cancelled.

Midlands & Wales District – April and May concerts at Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden both cancelled.

Northern District – April concert at Victoria Hall, Saltaire cancelled; May concert under review.

Please note also that private practice on all COS organs has been suspended until further notice.

We will issue another update towards the end of April.

Best wishes,

Simon Gledhill, COS Chairman
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The Cinema Organ SocietyWednesday, March 18th, 2020 at 7:48am
**COVID-19 update**
Due to the escalating situation regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) our Founders Day Gala (5th April) event has been postponed. Please keep an eye on social media for the new date.
The museum will continue to stay closed until a later date (yet to be confirmed).
The songs of praise event next weekend (29th March) has been cancelled completely.
Thursford is committed to the global effort of protecting the most vulnerable, staff and the larger community and reducing the spread of this nasty virus.
For advise on COVID-19 and what you can do to protect yourself visit - https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
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The Cinema Organ SocietySaturday, January 25th, 2020 at 11:39am
Out in force today and delight to be a part of the Bloomsbury Organ Day. Why not drop in to the Central Baptist Church and say hello!
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The Cinema Organ SocietyWednesday, December 25th, 2019 at 8:30am
🎄 From all at the Cinema Organ Society, we wish you a very happy Christmas!

We hope you've enjoyed our 'virtual advent calendar' for the past 24 days and thanks once again to all who contributed. Special thanks to Damon Cox, Aaron Hawthorne and the COS archivist who made most of these posts possible, Nigel Laflin.

We don't intend on stopping with the "throwbacks" so do stick around to see what we post each week in the new year!
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The Cinema Organ SocietyTuesday, December 24th, 2019 at 8:30am
🎄It’s Day 24 of the COS Advent Calendar!

We thought we’d give you something to enjoy, perhaps by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate in hand tonight: here’s a clip from a broadcast made by Reginald Dixon at the Wurlitzer of the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, on 23/12/58. Enjoy some pictures of Mr Dixon’s appearances at various organs too!

[Damon Cox Archive]
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