The London Organ Concerts Guide
Your guide to organ music in and around London
This guide reaches thousands of lovers of music across the UK and beyond. It contains information about the organ and the many fine concerts which take place either in or close to London.
For further details see below…
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The Guide’s forthcoming programme of organ music, as always, promises a rich and colourful season of events to brighten the Autumn and Winter months − we hope you enjoy these seasons of fine music.
NEW PART-TIME VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES
If this sounds like you, The London Organ Concerts Guide needs you!
The London Organ Concerts Guide is a not-for-profit organisation offering the opportunity to gain insight into the vibrant and varied world of music in London’s Cathedrals, Abbeys, Churches and Concert Halls. The guide is published in time for Spring and Autumn each year and we are now looking for more volunteers to get involved for a few hours in the run-up to each edition.
We know that your time is precious and we will work with you to make sure you to get the most out of your experience with us.
Once the guide has been published, we meet at midday on the last Friday in January and the last Friday in July for an hour or so in a central London church. We review the edition we have just produced and plan the next. This happens over coffee and a light lunch and maybe even a trip to the pub
If you are a good communicator who can disseminate material with clarity and consistency and you share our values of promoting quality Organ Concerts to the wider public we would love to hear from you.
For further information or to arrange an informal chat please contact me − John Morris − at email@example.com