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Christmas Concert with Tony Fenelon and John Atwell
Christmas Concert with Tony Fenelon and John Atwell
9-Dec-2018  2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Orion Centre Campsie - CAMPSIE




Christmas Concert


Australia’s Fabulous Duo

International Keyboard Musicians

Tony Fenelon & John Atwell

Sunday 9 December 2018 2:00pm




Come and hear your favourite Christmas Carols including

the sound of sleigh bells; as well as medleys from

Broadway show, classical pieces and more!


 ´╗┐Tickets to the show: 

Members $25

Non-Members $35

Non Member Concession/Senior $30

Students FREE with confirmation of student status

Group booking 10 or more adults $22 ea person


Students FREE on confirmation of Student Status


Children Free accompanied by an adult


Bookings: Theo Langenberg 0410 626 131

Visa & Mastercard accepted



 Book online by following this link


If you haven't been to a TOSA concert before your first visit is just $20


by completing a Voucher and paying at the Box Office on the day. 


See this link for the Voucher



Tony Fenelon & John Atwell


    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.


    John Atwell receives repeat invitations to play concerts at theatre organ venues around Australia both as a solo performer, as well as in piano/organ duo combination with his long-time colleague and friend, Tony Fenelon.


    John has also taken his talents overseas on many occasions, playing performances in the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom Europe and New Zealand.    


    John’s musical activities have not been limited to theatre organs. He is an experienced classical organist and pianist, having played many classical organ recitals, participated in concerts for the ‘All Stops Out’ series on the Melbourne Town Hall organ, ‘Music for the People’ at the Myer Music Bowl and Melbourne Town Hall, and ‘Carols by Candlelight’.  In 2012 John accepted the invitation of the City Organist, Robert Ampt, to play a lunchtime performance on the Sydney Town Hall Grand Organ and was very well received by the large audience.  John has performed overseas on many occasions in recent years  playing theatre organ in Europe, the UK and USA.


Make a date to come and enjoy two of Australia's outstanding keyboard musicians.



Orion Centre Campsie
Orion Centre Campsie
155 Beamish St


The Orion Centre is located at 155 Beamish Street, Campsie.


Disabled access is available at the Beamish Street entrance.


Buses to Campsie Station (on the T3 Bankstown line):


415 from Strathfield Station

400 from Burwood Station, Bexley North Station and Rockdale Station.

492 and 494 from Rockdale Station and Kingsgrove Station.

Exit station on to Beamish Street, turn left to traffic lights, cross Beamish Street to the opposite corner (hotel). Turn left and walk down to the Orion Centre on your right.


Please check for possible train or bus timetable interruptions at the Transportnsw.info site


Free parking is accessed from Shakespeare Street via Clissold Parade from Beamish Street or Brighton Avenue.