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Concert Dates for 2017

26 March Tony Fenelon (Melbourne)Tony Fenelon

TONY FENELON, OAM, LMusA is Australia's foremost concert artist and pianist. He displays a wide taste of music genres in concerts with a fine balance between popular tunes and light classics including music from movies, stage shows, jazz and great standards. Tony is an international artist for the Roland Company.

30 April John Pound (Perth )

JOHN POUND has developed a reputataion as a first class musician on both Roland Atelier and Wulitzer pipe organ. A lifelong fascination with electronic organs started when he was a young boy. He performs in a band, works for Park Pianos and is responsible for many young people being introduced to the wonders of the keyboard.

4 June John Atwell (Melbourne)

John Atwell has been entertaining audiences on the theatre organ for the past 40 years around the world - in the United Kingdon, USA, Canada and New Zealand. He has developed a reputation for providing programs which are carefully put together, be they either classical or popular. John is the arranger of many of the duets played with pianist Tony Fenelon.

9 July Justin Stahl (U.S.A.)

Justin is a native of Indiana USA, he taught himself to play the piano and organ at the age of 5. Since then he has graduated from Marion University witha bachelor's degree on piano performance. He has been a music director and choral accompanist at his local church and enjoyed 13 years in the Indiana Army National Guard's 38th Infantry Band. More recently he played with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for their Yuletide celebrations on a 24 rank Wurlitzer.


20 August David Bailey (Queensland)

Danna ParkerDavid Bailey (QLD) is organist for the Brisbane Gallery of Modern Art. Besides playing concerts in all Australian States he has a busy annual schedule of accompanying silent films on the Gallery's Wurlitzer organ. This will be David's third concert and silent film presentation on the Karrinyup Wurlitzer organ


8 Ocotober Ray Clements and John Fuhrmann

Ray Clements and John Fuhrmann will be "Together Again" and share a concert. John was MGM organist at the metro Theatre from 1966 to 1973 and is currently house organist at the Cygnet Cinema in Como. Ray played electronic organ in a number of Perth theatres and has played many concerts on the Wurlitzer organ over the past 27 years. Some piano and organ duets will be performed