A review of June and various activities in the organ world.
Kathleen tells us of her experiences of lessons on line during lockdown.
The Grand Concert Organ of the Alexandra Palace – Here Hugh Macpherson, Trustee and Secretary of the Alexandra Palace Organ Appeal tells us about the Ally Pally organ.
Whilst perhaps not quite so much as happened in May as would usually be planned and whilst even more events and recitals have been cancelled, into the future, there has still been […]
Mick Perrier, Director of Music at St Mary’s Church, Moseley writes this months ‘experience’ blog for The Organ Manual. He tells us about the RSCM Conference held in March, possibly one of the last ‘normal’ event to happen for many who attended prior to Covid-19 lockdown.
In this months guest blog Stephen Mansfield tells us how he became interested in the organ and how he now inspires the next generation of young organists.
It has been a very strange month hasn’t it? Easter celebrations were certainly not what organists are used to. I am sure there were many a new celebratory voluntary prepared for Easter […]
Sam (12) and Katie (10) are organ enthusiasts. Their Mum has promised they can learn the organ when they reach grade 4 on the piano. Not far off this goal, they enjoyed a Pipe Up Organ Day Experience and tell us about it here.
The months guest feature is by Alex Trigg who currently studies at Tonbridge School and in September becomes Organ Scholar at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Alex writes about his experiences applying for such a coveted position.
It’s been a very funny kind of month and as such I have had little time to dedicate to The Organ Manual. I’m afraid, like many I have been cramming work in […]