25-year-old local entertainer Mark Herman, who is one of the world's busiest concert theatre organists and the American Theatre Organ Society's 2012 Organist of the Year, will perform a solo concert on featuring music from the golden age of movie musicals. The repertoire will include music from familiar films such as Singing in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz, Forty Second Street and The Music Man. The show will take place on Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 2:30pm at Warren Performing Arts Center, home of the Dessa and Virginia Byrd Memorial Barton Theatre Pipe Organ originally installed in the Indiana Theatre downtown.
Tickets are $12 presale, $15 at the door. Student tickets are FREE at the door. Visit
www.cicatos.org to order tickets, or call (317) 255-8056. The concert will take place at
Warren Performing Arts Center, located at 9500 E. 16 th St., Indianapolis, part of the Warren Central High School Complex. Free parking.
Mark Herman is one of America's busiest young theatre organists, performing over 30 concerts each year across the US and abroad. In July of 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.
He studied theatre organ with John Ferguson of Indianapolis, who is recognized worldwide for his skills as a teacher. After graduating with a degree in Theatre Arts/Management from DePaul University in Chicago, Mark relocated to Indianapolis, where he operates his own web design and digital marketing company and represents the Allen Organ Company for Meridian Music Company in Carmel. He travels the country as a voicing specialist and tonal consultant for Allen Organs. Finally, he also handles public relations for CIC-ATOS, and is therefore in the unique position of writing this news release!