Folly Farm’s Managing Director, Chris Ebsworth met with HOPE Centre Chairman Ken Brombley and Secretary Margaret Brace with Event Organiser Phil Thompson ahead of the charity concert at Folly Farm; the amazing one Mann variety show on Saturday 15th September where all proceeds go to the local HOPE Therapy Centre for Multiple Sclerosis.
This will be an exceptional Wurlitzer concert, as from the moment John Mann steps on to the stage, music of every kind fills the air and you are swept along to some of the world’s most melodious tunes. With a huge repertoire from the ol... Read more.
Yamaha have released advanced information of an exciting new product launch. Although not yet seen in the UK, the PSR-S950 and PSR-S750 are set to make quite a mark in the keyboard market.
We are told that information will go live on Yamaha's website on Monday and the keyboards will be presented to the public at the Yamaha Club Weekend held near the end of October.
New sounds, styles, and features abound but the headline for S950 is that the styles feature real audio recordings of percussionists playing which gi... Read more.
125 years ago, in October 1887, Yamaha Corporation was born. To celebrate, Yamaha has commissioned a special commerative logo and has plans for a host of promotions, interesting offers and exciting new products.
Alongside the recent Atelier update, Roland have also launched a range of new pianos, midi controllers, a new sound module and new software. For more information, visit RolandConnect.
If you own a Roland AT-800, 900 or 900C Atelier organ, good news! Today Roland released a brand new upgrade pack for your instrument which includes new sounds, styles and features.
For more information check out RolandConnect.
We are delighted to learn from John Askwith of the North Lincolnshire Theatre Organ Preservation Society that their new season of concerts on the Compton organ start again on 9th September with Andrew Nix.
The future of the Town Hall has been in doubt threatening the concerts there but good news has prevailed and the Compton organ has been secured with ownership of it passing from East Lindsey District Council to the Louth Community Education Trust on 1st October meaning that the concerts can continue.
Great news for followers of this wonderful organ in such a stunning venue!