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 […]
The experience post this month is written by Toby Wright. Here he tells us about his first organ recital, how he prepared for it and what how it went. Toby is 16 […]
Gerard Brooks is a name familiar to many an organist. In this months guest blog feature he writes about his time thus far as President of the RCO and what he’s gained from the experience and what we can gain from the RCO.
A review of organ related news, new roles, advertised roles, events and developments for The Organ Manual.
Fifteen year old Edmund Smith writes about his Organ Tour last year and what he gained from it.
By Hugh Morris, Director of RSCM, this article discusses practice and how to make it beneficial! ‘Oops I did it again!’
I think the most exciting piece of news for January must be #WorldCupCathedralOrgans organised by Dan Soper. It has been great fun to watch with some nail biting conclusions at various stages. […]
Michael Holme came to music quite late. He was originally a scientist, but through a love of Chopin, discovered at the age of 20 (that in time gave way for proper music […]
Our guest writer this month is Richard Godfrey who is currently Co-Coordinator of the PipeUp Scheme for the Diocese of Salisbury. He is also Organ Consultant to the Salisbury Diocesan Advisory Committee, […]
For December, rather than review additions and amendments to the website, I thought I would highlight some of the very the many organisations that support young organists. The Organ Manual’s various social […]