We have received an email from Dutch organist, Esquin Jonker to say that she has unfortunately had to leave the UK for personal reasons.
Anybody needing to contact Esquin will find her new address and phone number in the players directory.
World renowned organist Carlo Curley will play at St John-in-Bedwardine Parish Church, Bromyard Road, St Johns, Worcester, WR2 5BS on Friday 12th June at 7.30 p.m.
Carlo will be playing an "Almost All American" programme and the audience will be able to see Carlo at work via High Definition Video Projection Screen.
To book tickets, email here or visit the event’s website, or telephone the Worcester Live Box Office 01905 611 427. Tickets are £12 (unreserved seating).
Carlisle and West Cumbria Organ and Keyboard Society celebrated its 40th Birthday with a special concert on Thursday 30th April featuring Andrew Nix and Tony Stace.
A near capacity audience including former Chairman Keith Harkness and former Secretary David Johnson were treated to over two hours of top class music and laughter.
The Society was formed in 1969 as a branch of the Hammond Organ Society and later changed its name to the Carlisle and District Organ Society as organs became more popular i... Read more.
One man's moving story of a new journey in life through his love of music.
Shortly after Paul Pilbrow lost his wife in 2007, he engaged on a mission to play some of the finest organs around the country.
In this article, he touches upon his visit to Lincoln Cathedral playing the famed Father Willis pipe organ.
We would like to welcome three new shops to our dealer listing page. Millington Music, KeySound and The Music Station are the latest additions to this growing directory.
We are also pleased to announce that within the next few days we will be launching our new Service and Repairs directory, containing the contact details of many musical instrument and PA engineers. If you know of anyone who would like to be included please do contact us.
The two oldest Wurlitzer Pipe Organs to be shipped to the UK back in 1925 are still delighting their respective audiences at the age of 84! The former Picture House, Walsall organ has graced the beautiful church in the quaint fishing village of Beer in Devon since 1958, while the ex. Palace Theatre, Tottenham organ has had pride of place in the hall of the Thomas Peacocke College in Rye, East Sussex since 1957.
Many years later we find these delightful instruments being given a new lease of life in their respective homes and two groups now exist to aid and furt... Read more.