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The Eastern Mass Chapter of the American Theater Organ Society.
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Named ‘Theatre Organist of the Year’ by the American Theatre Organ Society (ATOS) in 2022, Zach Frame grew up in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. He discovered the theatre pipe organ at age five when his family happened to visit Organ Piper Pizza in Greenfield, Wisconsin. At that time, the Organ Piper’s Featured Organist was Dave Wickerham who was highly influential in Zachís interest in the instrument.

Zach was the first recipient of the George Wright Memorial Fellowship ATOS in 2003, allowing him to attend their annual convention that year. In early 2011, Zach was fortunate to become the Organ Piper’s Featured Organist, where he entertains nightly at the three-manual, thirty-rank theatre pipe organ.

Zach has a degree in Recording Technology from McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has been privileged to work on several recording projects as an engineer, and was in great demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, producing “Virtual Concert” videos for several organizations. Equally at home behind the console as in front of it, Zach is also an experienced pipe organ technician and maintains several instruments in Southeastern Wisconsin.

Zach’s performances have been included on several commercial recordings. Most recently he released his second solo album entitled “After the Ovens Cool.” The disc was recorded at the Organ Piper’s theatre pipe organ. It features Zach performing not only on the organ, but also a variety of percussion instruments- as well as being the producer and recording engineer of the project.

Away from his profession, Zach, along with his wife and daughter reside in East Troy, Wisconsin, where he enjoys all things vintage transportation. He has had his hands in everything from cars to boats and was formerly a volunteer with the East Troy Railroad Museum.