We're excited to announce that we have a brand new forum! This is the ideal place for you to discuss the latest news, list things to buy and sell in our classified section and generally communicate with other like minded people.
If you had previously posted in our old forum, there is good news - your post has been copied across and you DON'T need to register again! Just sign in with your username and password and you're good to go.<... Read more.
On Sunday 24th March, the New Forest Organ Society hosted a lunch and concert in support of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Service.
The Society is 34 years old, and their home hall is All Saints Church Hall in Milford on Sea, where they regularly enjoy an audience of 180 people.
The musicians are all top professionals and arrive from all over the UK bringing their own electronic organs and keyboards. They play a wide variety of music: big band, Latin, jazz, light classic... Read more.
We are very pleased to welcome back East Coast Organ Society to our advanced club listing page.
After the announcement by the Chairman at the Sutton on Sea, Social Club Concert last December that the East Coast Organ Society was to close, members were left in a state of shock and disbelief. Unhappy with this decision a meeting was called in February to discuss the situation. At the meeting it was put to those who were there that if the Society was to be reform the annual subscriptions would have to go up, plu... Read more.
It's fair to say that 'app' development for mobile devices has been a key focus of all the major brands, with both Yamaha, Roland and Korg all launching some new innovative new apps designed to help you interact with your new instrument.
Recently though, Yamha launched a new 'controller' app that caught our attention. It's design for iPhone or iPad and allows you to add pitch bend and modulation wheel ... Read more.
Just added to our articles page the next issue of the Trocadero Wurlitzer News letter which includes a financial statement from the trustees. See the latest developments in the renewal of the Trocadero Wurlitzer. Read about whats planned next and how you can contribute to the cause.
Our thanks go to the COS for supplying this article on OrganFax.
We have been asked by Margaret Swift to publish the following statement.
"Many people in the organ and keyboard world will know that Nick Swift, my husband and co-founder of Swift Music in Bristol, tragically died last September at the early age of 57. The shop has continued to trade very successfully and indeed could continue to do so indefinitely. However I now know, as many of you who have suffered the loss of a life-long spouse will already know, that the time comes when it is time to accept what has happene... Read more.