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The artiste for this evenings concert for the Ashford Keyboard & Organ Club (Kent) has changed from Tim Flint to Chris Powell.
Come along and join them, a warm welcome awaits.
As Britain's most northerly theatre organ has been saved and awaits a new home, read about those that played it and its history. This is a 15 page spotlight article, a must read for those interested in Theatre Organs. Find out more about the Aberdeen Theatre Organ Trust and its hopes for the future!
There will be an important EGM of the COS on Saturday 20th June, the main item of business being to discuss and vote on the adoption of a proposed new constitution to enable the organisation to register as a charity.
This will be held to give members the opportunity to consider fully the implications of the proposed changes to their constitution. Members who are unable to attend may appoint a Proxy to represent them at the meeting, by completing the reply-slip on-line by going to www.co... Read more.
See the OrganFax Articles page to catch up on all the Rye Wurlitzer Acadamy News. With Tony Wilson in the middle of his visit to the UK from Los Angeles its a busy time at the RWA.
Our thanks goes to the RWA for supplying this article to OrganFax
The Chapel at Stowe is an extraordinary building housing one of the country’s most important musical instruments. The organ in the chapel is the second largest school chapel organ in the world (after Lancing College). Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and opened in 1929 by Prince George, included this magnificent organ that was designed in conjunction with the School’s first Director of Music Dr. L P Huggins.
Richard Cook, one of the country’s leading classical organists will be attending
Ian House is a familiar face on the UK concert scene. He is one of Yamaha Music Europe's leading concert artists and demonstrators - also working closely with Yamaha Corporation in Japan developing new instruments.
Today Ian turns 26 - and he has marked this with the launch of new software for owners of Yamaha Tyros4 and Yamaha Tyros5 keyboards.
The software, which was previewed with great success at a festival last month comes in the form of two registration packs - sounds and settings which are easy to install and that don't require any extra expansion boards. The pa... Read more.