For almost 50 years Fife Electronic Organ Society has been holding organ and keyboard concerts in Fife. For more than 20 years these have been held in Glenwood High School. So when a change in venue was decided it was a very important step for the Society.
Their new season of concerts will be held in St. Columbas Church, Glenrothes KY6 1BN. This new location is looked upon as an exciting opportunity for the Society to move forward and to improve and increase it’s abilities to provide organ and keyboard music... Read more.
Lovers of both keyboard and choral music will be delighted to learn that Pete Shaw is once again set to appear live on the Welsh Station S4C this coming Sunday 4th August. Accompanying the 34 strong Male Voice Choir; Bro Glyndwr, he should hopefully be seen in action providing backing the latest Korg products between 1.30 and 4pm. S4C is of course available to all TV customers on both subscription and freeview within Wales, but can also be found elsewhere within the UK on SKY channel 134 and also Virgin channel 166. Having heard a recent preview of both the singing and als... Read more.
On Saturday the 27th of July members of the Bexley Electronic Organ Society, with friends and family, celebrated their 40th Anniversary with an excellent four course meal at the Poplar Suite of the Woodlands in Swanley. Over 100 attended and were entertained during the meal and afterwards by Chris Powell and Tony Stace, not the usual combination but both performed brilliantly to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.
The evening was organised by the Secretary, Harry Chapman and his wife Kath, together with the Treasurer Ray Johnston and his wife Sylvia.
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This brand new site contains a wealth of information about Steve and his music.
In addition to the usual items such as concert diary, CD’s, links, contact details etc, the site also contains demonstration tracks and downloads with more downloads planned for the coming months.
As North East Derbyshire Organ Society approaches its 30th year, it is considered by many that it’s future has limited potential whilst the words “Organ” & “Society” remain in its name, often giving a false impression to many people.
Whilst there is no intention of making any changes to the society’s structure or activities, in an effort to dispel the popular misconception that our concerts consist primarily of hymn singing and classical recitals, and to make our society and its music appear more attractive and appealing to the general public,... Read more.