News & Media Centre

News & Media Centre

Whether you are a professional journalist or simply interested in our latest news, welcome to the Royal College of Organists' media centre.

The latest press releases from the College can be found below (for older releases, see our news archive). For media enquiries relating to these items, please contact in the first instance Head of Marketing Marc Sanderson on marc.sanderson@rco.org.uk or 01789 739247.

In addition you will find plenty of updates, information and a wider picture of the College's works elsewhere around this website, especially in our online magazine StopPress.

StopPress can be found within our iRCO virtual learning environment. iRCO is freely available to non members, with guest registration only taking a moment. Explore iRCO.

News Releases

DateArticle
1st Feb '17
RCO Journal Vol. 10 now available

Vol. 10 of the Royal College of Organists’ annual research publication, RCO Journal, has been published.
[Full article]
19th Jan '17
AGM and Conferment of Diplomas

The College's AGM and Conferment of Diplomas will both take place at Southwark Cathedral, London SE1, on Saturday 11th March 2017.
[Full article]
11th Jan '17
RCO announces ‘essential experience’ events for ambitious teenage organists

The Royal College of Events has announced two 2017 events designed to support teenage organists looking to pursue their organ playing through higher education.
[Full article]
24th Nov '16
RCO launches new early-level certificate for organists

The RCO has launched a new early-level certificate scheme for organists.
[Full article]
17th Nov '16
RCO launches new season with a celebration of cinema

The RCO begins its 2017 events programme in January with a celebration of all things light.
[Full article]
28th Oct '16
Martin Baker announced as RCO President Elect

Martin Baker, Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral, has been announced as the next President of the Royal College of Organists (RCO).
[Full article]
27th Oct '16
New regional structure increases RCO’s local focus

The Royal College of Organists has announced a new regional structure designed to increase local activities and engagement across the United Kingdom.
[Full article]

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