Well know concert artiste Howard Beaumont has been away from the concert circuit for the past couple of years. However following some major changes in his life, which include marrying a lovely lass from Scarborough called Eileen, he is now travelling again. We are also pleased to welcome Howard to our advanced listings page.
If you are looking for an artiste that has not been seen for a while should contact Howard. We are certain you will not be disappointed!
We regret to report that Carlo Curley, international organist and pipe organ exponent has passed away. For details of Carlo's fantatsic life, visit his website: www.carlo.com. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Janet Dowsett will not be appearing at this year's final Pakefield Festival for Sceptre Promotions and thinks it unlikely that she will be attending the Hemsby and Blackpool Festivals in the Spring of next year also.
Janet wanted to stress that she is still very much 'on the road' as a concert organist playing both theatre and electronic organs and has a healthy diary of bookings ahead of her. She is certainly not 'retiring' or 'moving to other things' and will continue to be available for bookings from Concert Secretaries for 2013 and bey... Read more.
The Rye Wurlitzer Academy has a brand new website where you can see all about the remarkable strides they are making in teaching young people to play the organ, plus, in the scrapbook section, photos and summaries of their special events and trips to date, including a daily blog of their visit to the American Theatre Organ Society Convention in Los Angeles.
Take a look now, it really is remarkable what they are doing!
In these hard times where everyone is convinced the "organ world" is on its last legs, there is still some good news! We would like to welcome a brand new club to the the OrganFax family.
Run by Tony Stace and his wife Louise, Music for Northallerton shows the way things can be done. More details will appear on their page shortly and we invite you to visit their Music for Northallerton OrganFax page for mo... Read more.
Rocker Jon Lord, who founded Deep Purple and co-wrote their most famous song, Smoke On The Water, has died aged 71. The Leicester born keyboard player, who had pancreatic cancer, died in London today.
A statement on his website said he had passed "from Darkness to Light". The statement also said Lord was "surrounded by his loving family" when he died.
Last year, Lord told fans he was "fighting cancer and will therefore be taking a break from performing while getting the treatment and cure".
Jon started playi... Read more.