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Mission Statement

The Western Reserve Theatre Organ Society is a chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society. We were founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1962 with 29 charter members. Our mission is to further the use and understanding of the theatre pipe organ and its music; to strive to support and promote the few remaining instruments in the land of the Western Reserve - 18 counties mostly in and around the northeastern Ohio area. Education for our members and the general public is our hallmark.

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Our chapter is involved in the promotion and maintenance of: the Kimball Organ at the Palace Theatre in Cleveland; a Wurlitzer at the Akron Civic Center; a Kilgen at the Canton Palace Theatre; a Wurlitzer at the Loain Palace Theatre; and a Wurlitzer at the Renaissance in Mansfield. a number of years ago our chapter aquired and installed a 3/15 Wurlitzer at the historic Gray's Armory in downtown Cleveland.

Each spring and fall we produce a theatre organ program at Gray's Armory with internationally known professional artists.

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http://www.wrtos.org

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