Monday 15th of June will see Phil Kelsall in Nottingham for two shows at the Nottingham Arts Theatre at 2.00pm & 7.30pm.
Phil will give two entirely different performances and the evening concert will include a tribute to Eric Coates who was born at Hucknall in Nottingham.
Proceeds from the 2 shows will go to Jessie's Fund which raise money for children's music therapy. Jessica May George was 9 years old in 1993 when she was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour. The daughter of two professional musicians, she was learning to play piano and violin. &... Read more.
Yamaha has recently started a series of articles designed to help you familiarise yourself with various key members of it's keyboard department's team. First up is James Sargeant, a very well known face on the Organ and Keyboard scene.
The short article covers James’ musical beginnings at just 4 years of age, right up to his current position within the company behind the Tyros keyboard range and the Clavinova digital piano series.
Read the article on Yamaha's website.
Dutch born organist Esquin Jonker has recently moved to the UK.
Pakefield festival last September saw a friendship blossom between her and UK star, Rod Pooley. Rod has had a couple of visits to Holland including his first concert spot for a Dutch organ and keyboard society in January this year.
Esquin visited the UK and stayed with Rod last Christmas and has since moved over from Holland to be with him.
Both Esquin and Rod would like to inform all Organ Society Secretaries and Festival organisers that they are both available for concerts anywhere in the UK.
We wish them the best of luck for their future together.
We have heard from Brett Wales to say that he will be filling in on the 18th March at the Great Yarmouth Organ Society.
Their planned artiste has had to cancel due to ill health and Brett is only too happy to help out.
For more details on the club and to join them for Brett's concert visit their page.
March's spotlight features the very talented Dutchman, Dirkjan Ranzijn.
Take a look at his spotlight in the articles section to find out more about the man and his music and his show business life!
It is with great regret that we announce the closure of Wurlitzer Organ Concerts at Peterborough Regional College.
After 28 years of concerts, it has been decided that their final show will be on April 5th 2009. The concert planned for April 26th has been cancelled due to increased running costs and declining attendances.
The Wurlitzer Organ which was originally in the Regent Cinema, Dudley will be sold in due course.
From all the team at Organfax, many thanks go to their wonderful team of volunteers who have brought us so many years of musical pleasure and let's hope that the organ will sing out again soon.