Jonathan Bowen will be giving a concert on Monday, July 25th and Tuesday, July 26th at noon, at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. The concerts run one half hour, are open to the public, and admission is free. Boardwalk Hall’s organ is the largest pipe organ in the world — even larger than the Wanamaker Organ. Some sections of the organ which have been silent for over 40 years are now restored and playable. Parking is available under the hall.
Jonathan M. Bowen’s Atlantic City organ concert, scheduled for April 6 in Boardwalk Hall, has been cancelled. When the event is rescheduled, we’ll post the new date and time here.
Jonathan M. Bowen, our organist and choir director, will play
two concerts a concert at the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall (formerly known as the Atlantic City Convention Hall) on Wednesday s: March 2 and April 6. The concert s are is at 12 noon and are is 30 minutes in length.
After the concert
s there will be a tour of some of the organ chambers. You’ll have the opportunity to stand by a pipe that is over 64 feet tall (one of only two in the world.) There will be a free will donation for the restoration of the organ. It is known to be the largest musical instrument in the world, as well as having some of the loudest stops.
Parking is available under the hall.
NOTE: the April 6 concert has been relocated from the main arena to the Adrian Phillips Ballroom and will feature the W.W. Kimball organ, completed and dedicated in 1930.
NOTE: Jonathan’s April 6 concert has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.