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Tony Fenelon & Jonas Nordwall in Concert
Wilcox Wurlitzer Home
Gig Harbor, Washington

Saturday May 3, 2003 2:00PM

PSTOS proudly presents the wonderfully talented Jonas Nordwall and Tony Fenelon in a spectacular Duo Program of Pipes and Piano Pops at the Magnificent 4/48 Wilcox Wurlitzer and Grand Piano, Gig Harbor, WA.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the PSTOS Scholarship Fund, presently providing classical organ training for young and talented Daniel Goltz.

Tony Fenelon
Jonas Nordwall
JONAS NORDWALL, a native of Portland, possesses unique talents as a concert organist. Equally adept at both classical and popular music, he rarely needs printed scores, improvises freely without losing the identity of the music, is truly a master organist. He is organist for Portland First United Methodist Church, and the Oregon Symphony Orchestra. He has recorded over 15 theatre organ albums. For 10 years he was senior staff organist for Portland's Organ Grinder Restaurant. He has performed for numerous national ATOS conventions and in 1987 was chosen ATOS Organist Of The Year. Regarded as one of the nation's top theatre organists, Jonas' creative arrangements and clever stylings always entertain and impress.
The musical credits of Australia's TONY FENELON could easily fill several pages. A gifted child prodigy, early training in the classics gave him the foundation to later become a spectacular theatre organist. He has nineteen recordings to his credit, is a regular soloist with the Australian Pops Orchestra, received ATOS Organist Of The Year award in 2002. He has completed over a dozen major international concert tours throughout Australia, England, Canada and the U.S. He is currently under contract to Roland International and spends time in many countries concertizing on the Roland Atelier. Whether pop music, favorite standards, light classics, Broadway, or traditional classical music, Tony does it all and is always in high demand.
Click for a larger version of this image (102K). Jo Ann Evans photo, 2003

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