Musicland have announced the dates for their Kent Music Fair in January 2010. Admission is free and you can visit between 10.00am - 5pm on either (or both) Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th January 2010. The Holiday Inn (The Black Prince, which is located just off Junction 2 of the M25) will be the venue for this popular event. As well as a stunning range of products, which includes the new 'Tyros TRX Organ System', you will find Tim Flint, Richard Bower, James Sargeant, Paul Carman, David Harrild and Chris Jones in attendance.
The award winning Bonners Music Superstore has recently won the title of Independent Retailer of the Year in the recent "Eastbourne Business awards". The event, which was compered by
In the current economic climate of "doom and gloom" it's great to hear of a music establishment bucking the trend.
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Verwood Organ Society in Dorset have recently upgraded to a new projector and screen setup. Therefore, the club mirror is now redundant and they are kindly offering it to anyone that may be interested.
The mirror is free to a good home, all that they ask is that the buyer collects.
Dimensions are 4'6" x 3'.
Anybody interested should contact Alan Humphries on AJHump@aol.com
For personal reasons, DirkJan Ranzijn has withdrawn from his concert for the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society on 15 October and his place is being taken by Chiho Sunamoto and Jon Smith.
The concert is being staged at The Lights, in Andover and Chiho will have use of the Theatre's grand piano in addition to her usual instruments. A few tickets are still available at £5 - enquiries to the Theatre box office (01264 368368).
We are sure that many clubs have now organised their concert diary for next year and thanks to the new functionality of OrganFax, every club can add their own dates simply and easily.
Simply log into the portal (link at the bottom of the page) and enter your details!
To raise funds for the Macmillan Cancer Support 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning' the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society decided to donate the refreshment contributions received at their September concert. The audience generously contributed the sum of £81 to this worthy cause and local representatives of the Charity were on hand to accept the donation.
The Club is particularly proud of the fact that it has so far helped to raise over £6,000 for various charities since its formation in 2002.
Well done Weyhill! Perhaps an idea that other clubs may use?