If you are interested in playing or may be just listening to organ and keyboard music, Then our society caters for your interests locally by putting on monthly concerts and by generally providing a meeting place where Organ and Keyboard players can get together and talk about their kind of music and instruments.You do not have to be a player to join us, a lot of our members do not play they simply come along because they enjoy the vast variety of music and sounds produced by our visiting organists.
The Society was founded 47 years ago and has seen the Organ and Keyboard scene change considerably in that time. It is our aim to engage the top professional organists from around the country to perform at our concerts with many of them travelling hundreds of miles to be with us. To further increase your enjoyment we have an overhead projector relaying the artists hand movements, and tea /coffee available at the interval
A bimonthly newsletter gives details of our concerts as well as other matters of interest to members..We also arrange various social occasions throughout the year.
Our venue St Mark's Hall Complex is on the A259 between Bexhil & Little Common with the entrance to the Hall and a Large car park in Green Lane. So why not take this opportunity to spend an evening out once a month with like minded people listening to a great variety of music in lovely surroundings..
What does it cost?
Yearly subscription £15.00
Admission to concerts
Non members £7.00
The above briefly sets out some of the advantages of belonging to our Society. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our meetings. Concerts are held on the last Tuesday of the month at "St Mark's Hall Complex" Green Lane, Little Common, Bexhill. TN39 4BZ at 7-30 p.m. Our venue is wheelchair friendly and has ample parking
For further information please ring 07704884395
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|February 25th||John Romero|
|March 31st||Chris Powell (more details)|
Cancelled due to coronavirus
|April 28th||David Harrild|
|June 30th||Daniel Watt FLCM|
|August 25th||Pete Shaw|
|September 29th||Steve Hubble (more details)|
|October 27th||Matthew Bason|
|November 24th||Lewis Scott|
|March 30th||Elizabeth Harrison|