Just as we thought we'd seen the back of the snow, it's back again and casing havoc around the country. Details of cancelled shows are listed below:
Shropshire Theatre Organ Trust have cancelled their concert with Chris Powell today at the Buttermarket in Shrewsbury
Scarborough Electronic Organ Society has been forced to cancel their show with Martin Atterbury which they hope to rescedule at a later date.
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Due to the severe weather the SEOS AGM, due to take place this coming Monday evening, 5th March, at the Scarborough Fair Collection has been postponed. It will now take place on Sunday 18th March at 1.00pm, at the same venue, prior to their afternoon concert with Martin Atterbury, which commences at 2.30pm.
The concert this evening at Exeter Electronic keyboard Club has had to be cancelled due to the bad weather. This may well have been the club's final concert, however, for further details on their future plans you may like to visit their page.
Equally, North Staffs Organ& Keyboard Club have also cancelled their show this evening and will be back for the Open Night on March 15th.
Due to adverse weather, tomorrow evening's concert (Thursday 1st March) with Brett Wales at Scunthorpe Keyboard & Organ Club has had to be cancelled.
Just a few months after launch, Yamaha’s Genos is already firmly established as the new standard for workstation keyboards. Musicians from studio to stage have joined the already strong numbers of home players in their support of this exciting new generation of instrument.
Yamaha continually strives to enhance the usability and grow the functionality of Genos. To this end, and after valuable feedback from users and forum communities, Yamaha are delighted to release a new operating system, OS v1.2.
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The BBC has announced that the long running Radio 2 programme ‘The Organist Entertains’ will cease transmission in May this year after 50 years of broadcasts. The BBC have called the ‘resting’ of it along with other favourites such as ‘Listen To The Band’ as part of a ‘generational shake up’....
Presenter since 1980, Nigel Ogden announced his retirement and made the following statement
Thanking his late-night audience, Ogden said: “I’ve loved hearing from them and send my very bes... Read more.