Harworth Theatre Organ Enthusiasts have decided to cancel both the May and June concerts and dances due to ongoing problems with the hall.
They very much hope that all will be back to normal for the new season in September.
We will keep you up to date with developments as they happen.
Andrew Nix has asked us to publish the following statement
"Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond my control the manufacturing of two CD’s did not happen. The new albums, 'Crazy Rhythm' (Andrew Nix) and 'More…Happy Music' (Andrew Nix & Tony Stace) were due to be released at the end of April / beginning of May. The CD’s are now in manufacture. Many kind people ordered these CD’s in advance so I wish to apologise to these customers for the inconvenience and assur... Read more.
Haverhill Organ and Keyboard Club are having a "trial run" concert on Friday 8th May 2009. To try and increase numbers they are putting on an afternoon concert, starting at 2.00pm, at the Haverhill Arts Centre.
Numbers have decreased slightly over the years and one factor has been members and visitors not wanting to travel at night. If the support for afternoon concerts is good then there may be more in the future.
Playing for this special concert will be Matthew Bason. Doors open at 1.30pm and Matthew will also feature slots on grand piano and accordion.
A rare chance to hear the Blackpool Tower Ballroom Mighty Wurlitzer played in 'concert' mode rather than just for Ballroom Dancing.
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).