Gary Cole at
Marist Hall, Hull
David Ingley at
Royal Naval Association Cl...
Alex Payler at
Alex Payler's Student Show...
Matthew Bason at
Elizabeth Harrison at
Breakaway Dance Club - Ant...
Nicholas Martin B.E.M. at
Harworth Christie Organ En...
Phil Brown CT FVCM HonVCM MCP MCDST at
Norton House Country Club,...
Chiho Sunamoto at
Wimbledon charity concert ...
Joanne Naulls at
messingham Village hall
If you haven't visited our forums in a little while, you may not have seen the lively discussion that is currently taking place on the subject of live performance and/or the use of pre-recorded material.
Many points of view, and professional explanations, have been put forward and it makes fascinating reading. To see the discussion for yourself, and to have your say, visit our forums.
Here's your chance to try out an issue of the fabulous Yamaha Club Magazine for free. Our thanks go to Glyn Madden from the Yamaha Club for the copy of the magazine which can be downloaded from our articles page or you can see an online version here.
The issue is packed with information including a 4-page souvenir celebrating the ‘Tyros’ brand’s 10th anniver... Read more.
We have had a call from Horsham Organ & Keyboard Society this evening to let us know that tomorrow nights concert has been moved back a week to the 15th. Unfortunately the grounds of the YMCA where they hold their show has not been salted and the roads and paths are considered unsafe.
This is the first concert we are aware of that has succumbed to bad weather this year, lets hope its the last!
John and Jackie Romero have announced today that due to circumstances beyond their control, their next Organ & Keyboard festival in a couple of weeks time (24th - 27th February 2012) has moved to the popular Cumberland Hotel on the Eastbourne seafront. All details (artistes, dates, times, prices, etc) will remain the same, just the venue has changed.
John said "The Cumberland hotel is sort of our musical home as we have organised more festivals here than anywhere else. We have already contacted most of our guests who are involved and those that have been to the hotel before have... Read more.
The Nord C1, later followed by the C2 has rapidly become one of the most populat compact drawbar organs around. The one request from most players has been for the inclusion of real drawbars.
The all new C2D builds upon an improved version of the C2 and packs no less than 5 sets of drawbars (2 for the upper keyboard, two for the lower, and a set of pedal drawbars) into one of the most portable organs on the market!
More details can be found at www.nordkeyboards.com.
The new AT900 Platinum Edition is well worth a look. This updated version of the AT900 features amazing craftsmanship and the highest quality of sound.