Historic Organ Restoration Committee
Historic Organ Restoration Committee

NEW CD & Ornament!

     Our new CD "The Big Screen on the Boardwalk" is a compilation of some of Historic Organ Restoration Committee’s guest organists at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall presenting music from films and soundtracks across the history of motion pictures on both the world’s largest pipe organ — the massive 33,112 pipe Midmer-Losh Opus 5550 — and the beautiful W. W. Kimball Opus 7073 in the Adrian Phillips Theater.

 

     Our new ornament lets you take the historic 7-manual console home with you! This colorized ornament makes a wonderful addition to the tree for the holidays or a great addition to your decor year round to remember your trip to the World's Largest Pipe Organ.

Recitals & Tours Continue

After a successful summer season, daily tours have concluded for 2021.  There are still tours and recitals every Wednesday through the end of the year.  Click below for details!

"The Sonic Mount Rushmore"

Head on picture of the massive 7-manual console of the Midmer-Losh Opus 5550, on-stage at Historic Boardwalk Hall. © HORC

Concerts & Tours

Free Daily Recital & Tour

Monday - Friday at 12:00 noon.

1/2 hour recital and 1/2 hour

tour.  Available mid-May - September.

Wednesday noon recitals available

year round, except for holidays.

 

Curator's Tour

Every Wednesday at 10:00 AM.

Specialty 2-hour tour giving an 

extremely detailed history and

guided tour through areas of the 

building normally closed to the

public.  Available year-round, except

for holidays.  Suggested donation $10.

Membership & Events Coordinator, Scott D. Banks, leading a school tour of the instrument's mighty seven manual console.
Tuning of Fanfare Division - Photo Courtesy Fred Hess & Son
Original DC Blowers - Photo Courtesy Fred Hess & Son

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