Peery's Egyptain Theater & AARP presents "Martin Ellis Wurlitzer Organ Concert"

This is NOT your Grandma's Church Organ. Join us to see renowned Organist Martin Ellis showcase our amazing "Mighty Wurlitzer" Theatre Pipe Organ. This fully restored “Voice of the Theater” has over 1,400 pipes plus various percussions which make it capable of a wide assortment of sounds and effects.  It can play almost any kind of music, from hits of the past, to today’s music. Truly one of Ogden's "hidden gems".

Martin Ellis is an American church, concert and theatre organist. Ellis' initial exposure to the theatre organ occurred at the Paramount Music Palace in Indianapolis when he was 7 years old. During his senior year, he served as the weekend artist at Milwaukee's Piper Music Palace, as an alternate organist at the Pipes and Pizza in Lansing, Illinois, and performed concerts in and around the Chicago area. Ellis is now an active featured theatre organist for The American Guild of Organists (ATOS) and has been a regular theatre organ soloist in both the Chicago and Indianapolis areas for the last twenty years. After his move to Portland, Theatre organ came into play again as he served as an associate organist at Uncle Milt's Pipe Organ Pizza in Vancouver, Washington and played for the local organ clubs. He has appeared on the Ohio Theatre's summer movie series for several years. Mr. Ellis has been a featured artist at conventions of ATOS, The Organ Historical Society, and The American Theatre Organ Society.

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Tickets are $8 each. Students with ID are Free but must have a ticket. Order your tickets online 24/7 through Smithstix, by phone at 801-689-8700 or in person at the Box Office M-F 10am to 6pm.

Please note: Official tickets are only sold through SmithsTix.com & the Peery’s Egyptian Theater box office. Tickets purchased via other 3rd party services may be high priced and/or invalid. Thank you.

Thu, 03/28/2019 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
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