The Royal College of Organists (RCO) virtual website (irco) has just released the latest video in their series on the playing style of different periods: An introduction to playing styles with Daniel Moult: 5 Franck to Widor. This whole series is presented by Daniel Moult, whom WOA members will vividly remember gave us an inspiring […]
Thanks to the brilliance of Daniel Moult’s teaching and playing, to our six members who were the masterclass players, to all the observers for their enthusiasm, and to Malvern Priory for allowing us to use such a beautiful venue and fine organ… the consequence was a spectacularly successful event for WOA. In addition to the masterclass, Dan […]
2017 is destined to be the most active and productive year yet in the history of the Worcestershire Organists’ Association, founded more than half a century ago. We are pleased and honoured to have formed very cordial and productive partnerships with Worcester Cathedral, the Royal College of Organists, the Royal School of Church Music, the […]
The Worcestershire Organists’ Association is pleased to be associated with this event, organised by our local branch of the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM Worcester), and to recommend it heartily to its members, and to all interested members of the public. We are honoured to have Peter Nardone, who is leading this RSCM event, […]
It’s a wonderfully eventful week for those of us in the Worcestershire Organists’ Association… On Tuesday (February 28th), we had our main event of that month, which was a visit to the Royal College of Organists Library in Birmingham: RCO Deputy Director (and WOA member) Andrew McCrea showed us a number of fascinating items. It […]
A new edition of this well-known magazine has arrived recently. There are articles on the newly-restored organ of King’s College, on transcriptions for organ, and a continuation of Chris Bragg and Matthew Hynes’ account of historic organs in Scottish castles and stately homes.