Chris Powell at
Charnwood Music For All
Matthew Bason at
Kings Lynn Organ Club
David Ivory at
Great Yarmouth Live Keyboa...
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Plymouth Broadway Organ & ...
The V-Piano was recently unveiled to the trade at the North American Music Messe and was awarded the prestigious Best in Show award. Completely revolutionary it is the culmination of 10 years work by Roland's R&D team and adds a new product to their acclaimed line up of V products, V Drums, V... Read more.
Allen Organs has launched the successor to it's popular GW-4 George Wright organ. The STR-4 has been designed by the company alongside US theatre organ legend: Walt Strony and although the new organ does not yet appear on Allen Organs UK's website, information (including a full rank specification) about it can be found on the US website by clicking here.
If you are interested in digital... Read more.
Following on from our previous news item, Esquin has now launched her new website.
Visit www.EsquinJonker.co.uk to find out more about her.
Pop Classics is the brand new CD from Leigh Wilbraham featuring tracks recorded on Yamaha Tyros 3. Tracks include:
1. Must Be An Angel
2. Rodriguez Guitar Concerto
3. I Vow To Thee - Ayura
5. When A Child Is Born
6. Chorus Of The Hebrew Slaves
8. Durham Town
9. Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life
10. Amazing Grace
Priced at £9.99 including P&P, more details and how to order can be found on his website.
This years sees Byron Jones celebrating his 25th year of running his 'Music For All' festivals at Sand Bay.
This years event is now sold out but should you be interested, next year will run from the 9 - 12th April.
From all at Organfax, congratulations and here's to the next 25!
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.