Phil Brown CT FVCM HonVCM MCP MCDST at
Blackfordby Village Hall, ...
David Ingley at
Exeter St. Thomas Cricket ...
Pete Shaw at
Music Expo - Bexley
Phil Kelsall at
East Sussex National Wurli...
Chris Johnson at
Swineshead Charity Concerts
We have just heard from Jeff Harding that Great Yarmouth Keyboard Music Club has been reprieved. It had been thought that the club would close at the end of this year. However, following a committee meeting they now have a new secretary, programme organiser, advertising/promotions officer and additional committee members to help out. It is great news that the club has been saved and we wish them the very best for the future.
We have just had an email from Pete Shaw telling us he is appearing at the National Eisteddfod in Bala on Sunday 2nd August. He will be backing a local Welsh Male Voice ( the Bro Glyndwr choir). The event will be televised on BBC Wales and (he believes) on S4C channels around the 4pm mark. Pete and the choir will be performing four songs, 'The huntsmens chorus', 'You Raise me up', 'The rose' and 'Five foot two'. Some years ago you would only have been able to see this if you had lived in Wales. Nowadays you can see these channels anywhere in the UK on Sky or freeview. Enjoy...
We received the following from the Chairman at Abergele Organ Society who asked us to publish the following after Dave Smith's recent concert for them:
I was pleased to see that we booked Dave Smith for our July concert. I knew immediately that this would be a cracking show. Several members weren’t familiar with the name and wondered what the concert would be like. They were not disappointed. It was one of the best concerts we have had at the Kinmel Manor Hotel, in the last 5 years. It was performed by a real professional showman who knows how to entertain. He showed off the R... Read more.
Allen was quite a familiar figure on the organ circuit in the latter part of the last century and many on the east coast will remember him. This latest article looks at a little of his past...
Belper Organ Club's oldest member, Margery Richardson who is 80+ and Ethan Leo Bloor who became a member aged 10 Days, came together for the first time this week.
Ethan is the son of Elaine Dawes who may be well known to some of you for her playing talents. Ethan was born at 6.10am on June 22nd weighing 5lb.
Great Grandad & club treasurer Brian Dawes made him a member last Thursday.
Our congratulations go to Elaine and Rob on the birth of their beautiful baby boy.