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Ellis and Amer
Ellis and Amer
15-Mar-2020 - 15-Mar-2020  2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Orion Centre Campsie - CAMPSIE


TOSA NSW Presents


Wurlitzer, Piano and Voice


NSW Southern Highlands residents and musicians

Simon Ellis and Glenn Amer

Sunday 15 March 2:00pm



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An afternoon of musical delights from the Wurlitzer organ, grand piano and voice.

Solo and duet numbers


 ´╗┐Tickets to the concert: 

Members $25
Non Members
Non Member Concession/Senior $35
Group Booking 10 or more adults $22
First Time Attendee with voucher $25
Students free with confirmation of student status  
Children free if accompanied by an adult  



Bookings: Theo Langenberg 0410 626 131 before 8pm please

Visa & Mastercard accepted



 Book online by following this link


If you haven't been to a TOSA concert before your first visit is just $25


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


Debit and Credit Cards accepted at the door


See this link for the Voucher



Simon Ellis is a native of Sydney, and has a background in
Philosophy, English, Law and Theology.

After initial piano studies from the age of 6, he studied organ
with Robert Broughall and then with the late Eric Smith. He served
as Assistant Organist to Eric at Wesley Central Mission for 6 years,
and was regularly heard playing the Christie theatre organ in the
Lyceum Theatre, playing for both church services, and before and
after movies.

Simon was Organist/ Choirmaster at Northmead Uniting Church
for 9 years until the early 1980’s, and concurrently Director of
Music at a large reception venue, Fairfield House, at Windsor. He
also served several years as Associate Music Director for the
Sydney Touring Theatre Company, and was Director of the highly
successful Blue Mountains Consort for 6 years until 1998.
Simon has performed in both theatre and classical organ venues
in many parts of Australia, America, Britain, and Europe. He has
accompanied many singers, both in Australia and overseas, and
also studied singing with the late Florence Taylor. He was for many
years affiliated with the Royal School of Church Music, and is
currently in his 15th year as Senior Staff Organist for a large
Sydney church.

Glenn Amer is featured as a Headline Entertainer on the
Regent, Cunard, Royal Caribbean, Silversea, Celebrity, Crystal,
Norwegian, Orient, Princess, Holland America, NHK, Saga, Oceania
and Seabourn cruise lines. Touring with these companies has taken
him all over the world and, extensively, throughout Australia. His
Liberace style of piano playing has proved extremely popular with
audiences who are also impressed with his Robert Goulet/Mario
Lanza style singing.

Encompassed in Glenn’s repertoire is a wide-ranging variety of
styles. Whether playing a major Bach organ work or a popular
song by Burt Bacharach, he is equally at home!

2015 was filled with international and Australian tours, as well as
new recordings which were released early 2016.

When he’s in Sydney, he can be heard playing the magnificent
three manual pipe organ at St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Cremorne,
(where Glenn is the Director of Music), every Sunday at 9am!
2016 began with a flying start, Glenn undertook a 3 month world
tour, and the remainder of the year was busy with concert
appearances and Australian tours.





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.