The third in a series of articles from The Yamaha Club magazine. Written by Tony Ross this series looks at Yamaha insturments and although first published in 2006 and aimed at Tyros1/2 and 1/2/3000 instruments they still hold a lot of interesting items that apply to the latest instruments. Read article.
Visitors to the recent Eastbourne Festival shows can now find the show pictures on the Carillon website. Organ & Keyboard pictures are here and Accordion pictures here and as well as seeing all the action you can catch up on all the artistes, dates and hotel information for these popular festivals.
Both shows were a terriffic success with the Accordion weekend being sold out! In addition, several hundreds of po... Read more.
We have been extended an invitation that may be of interest to those in the Theatre and Church Organ World. Stockport College (Manchester area) will be running an entertaining lecture on Pipe Organs covering subjects such as tuning and restoration on Thursday 25th October 2012.
The evening will be presented by David Wells (D W Organs) and we are told non members to the college are most welcome.
The event will be held at lecture Theatre B, Stockport College (Greek Street entrance), Wellington Road South, Stockport, SK1 3UD. Refreshments will be served at 6.45 and the lecture ... Read more.
Just added to our articles page is a must read newsletter for all interested in Theatre Organs.
A must read newsletter for all interested in Theatre Organs. See the latest developments in the renewal of the Trocadero Wurlitzer. See the latest pictures as some of the pipes are now being delivered onsite. Read about whats planned next, how the fundraising is going and how you can contribute to the cause.
Our thanks go to the COS for supplying this article on OrganFax.
Here is news of a series of events that may help organisers and players alike.
Yamaha are running a series of evenings packed with useful advice, demonstrations and top tips from the professionals on ‘Best PA Practice’.
Ever found yourself faced with the task of 'doing the sound' for an organ concert, a pub gig, at your kids’ school play or a local church gathering? When you agree to it, it doesn't seem so bad but when you find yourself there on the night, sitting behind the mixing desk with feedback howling around the stage whilst the crowd glares at you e... Read more.
Yesterday 5th October saw the funeral for Nick Swift. The Chapel was full and standing room was arranged outside as over 200 people attended the memorial Woodlands.
Music was played by Michael Wooldridge, the eulogy was given by Colin Ford and the ceromony was conducted by Rev Ann Parker.
Many of the guests which included family, friends, customers, musicians and leading names in the music business stayed an hour or so to swap stories about Nick.