Ken Double and Skip Stine performances have wowed
concert audiences all over the U.S. You won't want to
miss their premiere concert at Octave Hall!
True to his last name, Ken Double has enjoyed a unique
"dual-career" as both sports announcer and concert
theater-organist. He played his first solo concert in 1978
and has performed at 20 ATOS conventions with numerous
recordings to his credit as well. While performing with
a big band in York, PA Ken met Skip Stine, a member of
the trumpet section. The two "clicked" musically and the
rest is "history"!
Skip Stine's sweet trumpet style, so reminiscent of the
Harry James sound, is the perfect counterpart to the
"one-man band" sound of the theatre organ!
Skip calls central Pennsylvania home; is a graduate of the
U.S. Navy School of Music; and in the 1960s performed
with the great big bands of Sy Zentner, Buddy Morrow,
and with Sammy Spear's Orchestra for the Jackie
Gleason television show.
Don't miss this thrilling and unique combination of
trumpet and organ!
Friday, April 7, at 7:30 P.M. - Octave Hall, Macungie PA
is an internationally renowned virtuoso
organist equally skilled in both traditional classical and
modern/popular schools of musical performance. He has
performed in North America, Japan, Europe, and China
and has made eight concert tours to Australia. Nordwall
is the only organist to play a public recital on the famous
concert organ in Sydney's Town Hall to an audience
over 2000 that was also broadcast by the Australian
He has over 30 highly acclaimed recordings on a variety
of labels. His recordings are frequently heard on the
syndicated radio show, "Pipedreams." Notable national
television appearances include the "Today Show" and
"Good Morning Australia."
Since 1966 he has been a featured artist for many
American Theatre Organ Society national and regional
conventions. The societies' "Organist of the Year"
Award was presented to Nordwall in 1987.
In addition to his performing career, Nordwall has been
a major influence in the latter 20th century design and
manufacturing of both pipe and electronic organs.
Friday, May 19, at 7:30 P.M. - Octave Hall, Macungie PA
TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
ALL CONCERTS ARE OPEN SEATING
DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR BEFORE PERFORMANCE
TICKETS ORDERED HERE WILL BE MAILED TO YOU
ALLEN ORGAN COMPANY
MACUNGIE PA 18062