Nicholas Martin B.E.M. at
Elderbank Hall, Brize Nort...
The popular magazine 'Yours', aimed at the over 50's, have recently been in touch with us here at OrganFax with a view to featuring an article on taking up playing the organ/keyboard as a hobby later in life.
They were orginally approached by Terry Trevett of the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society who believed that 'our kind of music', would make an interesting read. We are delighted to have pointed them in the direction of the lovely Sue Batchelor whom we are thrilled to say has been featured in the la... Read more.
The forthcoming concert on 20th January 2018 with Phil Kelsall at the East Sussex National has had to be moved. Phil will now be appearing at SInging Hills Golf club instead at 3pm.
Well worth a visit so amend your diaries of the change.
Horsham Organ Society was formed in 1978 by Ian Wollen and Mike Randon and it is with regret that we now have to confirm that the Society (now called Horsham Organ/Keyboard Society) is to close down in January 2018 – exactly 40 years on.
Like many other clubs our numbers have dwindled over the last few years and we now find that with no youngsters to help, the Committee has reluctantly decided we must close.
Our artistes are booked through to the end of 2017 and the very last concert for anyone t... Read more.
I have the busiest year ever ahead in 2018 since I turned pro way back in 1984. 35 Organ/ Clubs/ Festival appearances plus many more than that number performing with my very successful Hammond Organ band "The Drawtones".
I just wanted to make everybody in the Organ and Keyboard world aware that I am very much on the circuit and despite rumours have never ever totally given up the circuit.
What is true due to travelling difficulties in the past, I only accepted bookings then as far North as Birmingham and as far West as Bournemouth. Also I did once consider giving up the circ... Read more.
Due to unforseen curcumstances, Banstead Organ & Keyboard Club have had to cancel their next concert on September 11th, therefore, their next show will be on October 9th with Richard Monks.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Andrew Nix will not be appearing at the Derby Organ & Keyboard Club as advertised on Monday 21st August. Chris Powell has kindly agreed to perform in his place with Andrew playing his concert on Monday September 25th.