Wichita Wurlitzer
April 2019
Space Odyssey
with Mark Herman
Monday, May 6, 2019
Share with your friends and invite them to Space Odyssey so they can experience the Wichita Wurlitzer. A comment from the Instruments of Peace show - " I was blown away by the amount of talent on the stage for the money we paid! ARISE was full of beautiful voices and color! Brett [Valliant] was amazing at the keyboard! And the extra bonus of JC Combs was awesome! I brought a friend and we had a wonderful evening and spent time talking with the musicians after. Thank you!" - S. C.
Help your friends and family get 'hooked' on the Wurlitzer! Get your tickets now!
Mark Herman
Mark Herman is one of America’s busiest theatre organists, performing over 30 concerts and silent film presentations each year across the US and abroad. In 2012, he was named the American Theatre Organ Society’s Organist of the Year and is the youngest person ever to receive the prestigious honor. Click Here for More about Mark Herman
Mark Herman
and The House with a Clock in its Walls
Mark Herman played a Wurlitzer in the movie The House with a Clock in Its Walls. The Wurlitzer, originally installed in the 20th Century Fox scoring stage and moved to Nathan Barr's studio, has 1500 pipes compared to Wichita Wurlitzer's 2700 pipes.

The YouTube 'video' is the Wurlitzer solo for the movie's closing credits. Mark played the Wurlitzer with an orchestra for other parts of the soundtrack.
Wichita Wurlitzer Associates
$6,775 donated towards $15,000 goal
Almost half way to the goal. The $15,000 will assist with the spring 2019 shows and support the 2019 Riverfest show. Still need to fund the Riverfest show so people can attend using only a Riverfest button. The Wichita Wurlitzer uses funds for artists, show costs, and instrument tuning. The staff is all volunteer. Donations and revenue for shows and recordings restored, installed, and maintained the Wurlitzer for 50 years.
Visit Wichita Wurlitzer's webpage for the latest Associates donations. You can make donations on the webpage.
If you prefer, send checks to Wichita Wurlitzer, Inc., 2475 N Greenleaf St., Wichita, KS 67226-1535
Wichita Wurlitzer Tour
Many people see the Console and think it is the Wurlitzer. The console is impressive in size at more than 6 feet tall and weighs 1700 pounds? But wait, there is more to the Wichita Wurlitzer, more than 55,000 pounds!
Many people ask where the speakers are. Well, there are NO speakers! Everything in the Wurlitzer is either a wind blown pipe or a wind actuated percussion instrument. Click on the console to see Clark Wilson's tour of the Wichita Wurlitzer.