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This year’s overseas study trip for diploma level organists aged 18 and above takes in some of Denmark and Sweden’s oldest and most notable instruments with tuition from Bine Bryndorf and from group leader Richard Brasier.
Play Renaissance miniatures on the Compenius organ of the Frederiksborg Slotskirke, Baroque masterpieces in Roskilde, and Buxtehude in Helsingør where he was organist, all under the guidance of internationally renowned teacher and recitalist Bine Bryndorf.
Group leader, RCO accredited teacher and international recitalist Richard Brasier will offer guidance on adapting to historic instruments on the 1531 Genarp organ of Malmö Museum, and insights on the vibrant music of a young J.S. Bach at St Mary’s Church in Helsingborg. There will also be an opportunity to play romantic repertoire on the iconic instruments of Copenhagen Cathedral, and Vor Frelsers Kirke.
The eight playing places and two observer places on the study trip sell out quickly, so don’t delay! Scroll down to book online, to download the itinerary and for more details about the organs, and for information of two available bursaries towards the cost of fees.
The opportunities afforded by this trip will be of great value to all organists of diploma standard (and over the age of 18), and of particular interest to those preparing for or considering entering all playing diplomas.
Click here to email with any questions about the trip.
Two places are reserved for those who require full or partial bursaries to fund their attendance fees. These people will typically be studying organ at undergraduate or postgraduate level, or be in the early stages of a professional career. Bursary applications must be received by 1 February. Click here for information on applying for a bursary. Those intending to apply for a bursary should first send an email briefly outlining their reasons for applying. Click here to send an email.
Fees (These are for tuition only. Those attending are responsible for booking their own travel, accommodation and meals)
RCO Member (player) £349
Non-member (player) £399
RCO Member (observer) £229
Non-member (observer) £279
Once all places are booked please email to be added to the waiting list.