On December 3rd, Jean Martyn was invited to play for the Not Forgotten Association at St. James Palace in front of the Princess Royal.
Many have asked her what happened that day and so she now shares a run down of events as they happened. Really interesting reading. OrganFax also have an article along with photos available here.
Arrived at the Palace door where 2 police officers checked our identity – then Bob and I were taken up a magnificent staircase into the concert room. The... Read more.
As we speak the final finishing touches are now being added to our brand new monthly Radio programme.
The first show should be online by the end of the week.
Watch this space and why not join our Facebook group with loads more info and discussions?
Excitement has been building for quite a few months now surrounding rumours of a new radio show based here at OrganFax. Well we're really pleased to announce that OrganFax radio is nearly here and is due to air at the beginning of March!
For all the latest updates, keep coming back to this page - and don't forget to join our new Facebook group!
Carillon Festivals, who hold regular organ and keyboard festivals in Eastbourne, have announced a provisional programme for this weekend's event.
Featured artistes include Chris Powell, Brett Wales, Elizabeth Harrison, Matthew Bason, James Sargeant, Ian House, John Romero and Colin Ford, not to mention Tony White, the owner of Bonners Music Superstore - who sponsor the event.
Visit their website for a full schedule of the event.
Robert Wolfe is selling his Lowrey Royale... Robert is now playing the "Prestige" at his concert venues , he has replaced his home instrument for this, the latest model. Therefore, his much loved "Royale" is now offered for sale A wonderful opportunity for a lover of the Lowrey range or indeed a fan of Robert!
Once the flagship organ for Lowrey, the Royale is a unique organ that offers a high specification. This instrument has home use only & is in immaculate condition, it... Read more.
Jean Martyn and Penny Weedon will be performing for the first time as a duo when they appear at The Lights theatre in Andover on Friday 5 March. The event is being staged by the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society and the artistes' keyboard instruments will be augmented by the availability on stage of a grand piano.
The show - titled 'Music To Watch Girls By' - commences at 7.30 p.m. and a few tickets priced at £6.00 are still available from the Theatre Box Office (Tel. 01264 368368). Seats can also be booked online at The Lights Theatre website.