Kent’s Best Loved Annual Music Fair !!!
FREE ADMISSION - FREE PARKING - FREE PRIZE DRAW
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th February 10am—5pm both days
The Holiday Inn, The Black Prince, Bexley, Kent, DA5 1ND. (Just off Junction 2 (M25) then A2)
The now famous Kent International Piano & Keyboard Fair in Bexley Kent is now celebrating 11 successful years. This free event... Read more.
Welcome in the New Year with Brett Wales & Chris Powell in their January 2012 podcast.
Great music from some of the finest including Franz Lambert, Paul Carman, Leigh Wilbraham, Len Rawle, Michael Wooldridge, John Kyffin, Andrew Varley, Andrew Nix and many more!
A great start to the New Year and on behalf of OrganFax, we hope it's a great one for us all!
An electronic organ concert was recently staged at St Thomas’s Church in Charlton (near Andover), with DIRKJAN RANZIJN entertaining a ‘full house’. The event, arranged in association with the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society, realised a profit of around £500 which is being shared equally between the concert venue and St Michael and All Angels Church in Weyhill.
Our report says the setting was perfect, the acoustics were great and a vibrant atmosphere was generated throughout the evening. Feedback was enc... Read more.
From all the team here at OrganFax, may we wish each and everyone of you a very Merry Christmas & a happy and prosperous New Year.
See you in 2012!
2012 marks the 50th Anniversary of Organ production for Orla in Italy and Orla in the Uk will be marking this achievement with various events and activities throughout the year. These days this is an achievement in any business but in the Organ and Keyboard world this is quite a rare event, especially as the company is still run by the same two families that began it all those years ago.
As part of the celebration Orla Direct in the UK has launch a new YouTube channel, which over the coming months will grow, with new video clips of various artists playing different Orla products.... Read more.
We have received a note from Terry Trevett of the Weyhill Organ Society who has asked if any of our OrganFax viewers may be able to help him with his quest for more informtaion. He writes...
"I have recently found amongst my mother's effects a small box which she believes could be aged between 80-100 years.
Her Father and Grandfather both spent time in India. However, as her father was a musician (violinist), it seems probable that he had perhaps purchased a small item (e.g. a new string) which was supplie... Read more.