Due to cancellations, Our Kind of Music now have 4 rooms available for their previously sold out event at the Hotel Miramar, Bournemouth running from 26th - 29th November 2021!
Award winning hotel, fabulous music and great company, what more could you wish for?! Music from DirkJan Ranzijn, John Bowdler, Andrew Nix, Matthew Bason, David Harrild and more! Prices from £259pp for 3 nights half board accommodation and inclusive of all entertainment.
A great way to kick start the festive season!
We were saddened to hear of the passing of John Jackaman.
For many years John played a pivotal part in countless events and organisations throughout the organ and keyboard world. He will be sorely missed. Our thoughts go out to his wife Anne and his family and friends.
Looking for something to listen to in the comfort of your own home? Look no further than Community Keyboards online radio show run by Ian Wolstenholme.
Just released is the first of two September editions celebrating all that's best from the King of Instruments in all its guises - from theatre and classical organs to the latest in digital keyboard technology and beyond.
Music on this programme from: SIMON PRESTON, DR FRANCIS JACKSON, FIONA PACQUETTE, JOHN BEESLEY, CHRIS PRICE, WAYNE MARSHALL and JOHNAT... Read more.
We have just heard from DirkJan about his new release and it sounds wonderful! He writes...
'Very proud of the release of my brand new USB Stick 'The Anniversary Music Collection'
On the stick you'll find 5 CD Albums, among them my brand new album 'Silver'.
For the Dutch fans I have released an album with popular Dutch hits, called 'Holland in Symphony'.
As an extra bonus, we have also re-mixed and re-mastered my very first 1995 Böhm album. That together with my brand new album, I feel the circle is round.
56 Songs, spread over 5 albums on ... Read more.
Medway Organ and Keyboard Club are pleased to announce that they are resuming concerts after the ‘break’ with David Thomas playing on Monday September 13th at 7.30pm.
Also after ten years of being Chairman, Brian Leonard has decided that, due to some ill health, he is handing over the reins to Phil Burt as Chairman. Phil and Pat would like to thank Brian on behalf of all the club members for all the hard work and enthusiasm he has put into the club over those years to make it so successful.
It is with sadness that we report the passing of Albert Ratcliffe.
Known to many for his involvement with the Rutland Organ Club which he ran for many years, this week saw Albert's 89th birthday.
Our thoughts and condolences go out to his wife Carol who has cared for him for many years - he will be missed by many.