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Following the success of a similar event last year, this day offers another chance for players of CAM level 3/ABRSM grade 5 upwards to prepare and perform appropriate repertoire, learning from RCO Regional Consultant for Norfolk Julian Haggett, from the other participants, as too from the historic organs themselves.
There are places for just six players. Observer places may be added once sufficient playing places have been booked.
What to prepare
St Mary's Hillington (10:00–13:00): any music for manuals only, though that by English composers of the 16th–early 19th centuries is ideal. Music, especially from the Baroque period, with pedals is also possible.
St Peter's Wolferton (14:30–17:00): any music from c. 1800 onwards, especially English composers such as Parry and Stanford
Fee: RCO Members £60; Non-members £72; RCO Member (observer) £20; Non-members (observer) £26