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David H. Hegarty

Organist

Castro Theatre

HQ Phone:  (415) 500-1181

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Castro Theatre

429 Castro Street

San Francisco, California,94114

United States

Company Description

The Castro Theatre was built in 1922 by pioneer San Francisco theatre entrepreneurs, the Nasser brothers, who started with a nickelodeon in 1908 in the Castro neighborhood. The Castro was built at a cost of $300,000. The Castro's designer was Timothy L. Pflu... more

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Employment History

Director and Marketing Consultant

KPUNKT


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Applied Micro Electronics "AME" B.V.


Managing Director

shiro communication GmbH


Content Developer

David Hegarty


Content Developer

Authoring Services


Affiliations

SFCODA - Castro Organ Devotees Association

Founder


Education

Bachelor of Arts

Organ Performance

Loma Linda University


Master of Music

Andrews University


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organ performance

Andrews University


degrees

organ performance

Loma Linda University


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organ performance

University of Cincinnati


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Holiday Music in the Atrium

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David H. Hegarty
In the Bamboo Atrium (right) at 590 Madison Avenue David Hegarty , pictured above, was the featured organist, playing festive holiday music in the atrium of the Minskoff Building (formerly the IBM Building) at 590 Madison Avenue at 57th Street , on the two-manual Allen Renaissance™ Theatre Organ R-211 Deluxe. Around the organ in the Atrium: (left to right) David Hegarty, Castro Theatre, Colorful and exciting master organists like David Hegarty and Jeff Barker made new fans for the organ upon first listening in the wonderful acoustics of this remarkable atrium, with its high glass walls, 30-foot tall bamboo trees, attractive cafe, and tables with chairs.


Stanford Theatre Movie Guide

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David Hegarty received his education as an Organ Performance major at Loma Linda University (BA), Andrews University (MM), and continued with doctoral studies at the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati with Wayne Fisher.
As a concert artist, David has appeared in such diverse venues as Washington DC's Kennedy Center, San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall, the Crystal Cathedral, Prudential Lines South American Cruises, and as a guest organist with the Oakland Pops Orchestra. In addition to his regular appearances at the Stanford Theatre, he is well-known in the Bay Area as the senior staff organist of the Castro Theatre (since 1978) and for his monthly pops concerts at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. He now devotes a portion of each month to teaching and performing opportunities in New York City. ( more)


Stanford Theatre Organists

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Nagano, who lives in San Jose, and two others, Bill Taylor, 47, of San Jose, and David Hegarty, 54, of San Francisco, share the organ-playing duties at the Stanford Theatre.
Hegarty, who makes his living as a professional organist, began playing the instrument when he was 14. His father avidly played the trombone, and Hegarty already had mastered the accordion. His parents purchased a home organ for $1,200, and by learning pieces by ear, he was soon able to play at churches and high school events. Back then, playing the organ was considered cool, and Hegarty was popular because of it, he said. He went on to earn bachelor's and master's degrees in organ, and now he plays at the Stanford as well as the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. He also composes pieces for a large church-music publishing company. "I like the fact that one person can do the equivalent of a full orchestra in essence, that you can get the full range of music without needing another person to be involved," Hegarty said.


The Castro Theatre in the News

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Enjoy a 30-minute concert by David Hegarty on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ at 7:30.
David became a staff organist at the Castro Theatre in 1978, after the original Robert Morton organ had been removed and before the current Wurlitzer was installed. A Conn 651 was being used in the '70s until the Taylor family provided the Mighty Wurlitzer that we enjoy today. When organist Elbert Lachelle retired in 1984, David assumed the position of senior staff organist.


Stanford Theatre Movie Guide

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David Hegarty received his education as an Organ Performance major at Loma Linda University (BA), Andrews University (MM), and continued with doctoral studies at the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati with Wayne Fisher.
As a concert artist, David has appeared in such diverse venues as Washington DC's Kennedy Center, San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall, the Crystal Cathedral, Prudential Lines South American Cruises, and as a guest organist with the Oakland Pops Orchestra. In addition to his regular appearances at the Stanford Theatre, he is well-known in the Bay Area as the senior staff organist of the Castro Theatre (since 1978) and for his monthly pops concerts at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. He now devotes a portion of each month to teaching and performing opportunities in New York City. ( more)


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