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Tony Fenelon
Title:
Tony Fenelon
When:
10-Sep-2017  2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Where:
Marrickville Town Hall - MARRICKVILLE
Category:
Concerts

Description

 

 

TOSA NSW Presents

 

Tony Fenelon OAM

 

playing

 

Australia's Biggest Little Wurlitzer

 

 

 

 

Australia's World Class Theatre Organist

 

Tony Fenelon OAM

 

  Plays a World renowned musical instrument

 

2014 American Theatre Organ Society Hall of Fame inductee

 

Tony will play a fantastic variety of popular and classic tunes sure

to delight all 

 

 

Sunday 10 September 2017,

 


2:00pm – 4:30pm

 


At Marrickville Town Hall

Cnr Marrickville and Petersham Rds

Marrickville

  

 Tickets : First time patrons - $20by presenting a completed Voucher at the door on the day with payment in cash only.

 

Download a voucher HERE

 

Book Securely on line at Trybooking via this link

 

Phone Theo on 0410 626 131 before 8:00pm

 

Tickets : $ 35;  Pensioner/Senior $ 30; Members $25  

 

Family ie 2 Adults including 1 or more children $65

  

          Adult Group of 10 or more $22/person

  

Students up to 25 years Free on confirmation of Student Status;

Children Free accompanied by an adult

 

Short post concert behind the scenes tours available to see the insides of the amazing Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ

 

Tony Fenelon

                                                 

    Tony's insatiable interest in lighter music and a love of the majestic sound of the Wurlitzer Unit Orchestra (Theatre Organ) led to his "other" career, leading to his appointment in 1965 as the resident organist at Melbourne's then prestigious Regent Theatre. Tony made his first tour of the United States back in 1969, and has returned at least 30 plus times.  He has performed at some of the most prestigious theatre organ venues in the U.S. including, the Oakland Paramount, the Ohio Theatre, Columbus, San Sylmar, the Sanfillipo residence, the Orpheum Phoenix, the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Seattle Paramount with John Atwell, and at the Dickinson High School Kimball to mention a few. 

   

    In 1999, Tony returned to his old stamping ground to be featured in the Inaugural Concert of the Regent Theatre Melbourne's new Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. This concert was an overwhelming success, drawing an unprecedented record attendance since the civic reopening of the Regent.  In 2014 Tony returned to the Regent again with Richard Hills in presenting the “Tale of Two Organs” to a very appreciative audience of some 1,500 people from Melbourne and interstate.

   

 

 

Venue

Venue:
Marrickville Town Hall
City:
MARRICKVILLE

Description

 

Marrickville Town Hall is located on the corner of Petersham Road and Marrickville Road.

There is a disabled access ramp on the Firestation side of the building.

 

Bus information

 

Circular Martin Place Stand H - 426 - 20 minute service

Departs 12:45pm arr Fletcher St Opposite Town Hall 1:23pm

Departs 1:05pm   arr Fletcher St Opposite Town Hall 1:43pm

 

Central Station Railway Square Stand L . - 426 - 20 min service

Departs 1:01pm  arr Fletcher St Opposite Town Hall 1:23

Departs 1:21pm  arr Fletcher St Opposite Town Hall 1:43

 

Train to Sydenham Station: Burrows Avenue at Station entrance East side Hourly Service

Bus 418 Departs 12:48pm arr Fletcher St Opposite Town Hall 1:01pm

 

TOSA recommends that you check for weekend service disruptions caused by Cityrail maintenance work prior to commencing your journey.  Check your newspapers, phone 131 500 or online at Transportnsw.info

  

Please search for Marrickville Library on www.whereis.com or maps.google.com on the web, or www.131500.com.au for transport details.