In view of the continuing uncertainty about the spread of Covid-19 and in the light of the government's most recent advice, the Royal College of Organists (RCO) has today (Tuesday 17th March) released an update about the impact on RCO events, examinations and National Organ Day. Click here to read Update: RCO and Covid-19.
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Fluency in sight reading and transposition is not only useful for success in ABRSM and RCO examinations, but aids the faster learning of repertoire and the mastering of other musical techniques such as improvisation. In this hands-on class Marilyn Harper will give organists of grade 5 level and above strategies to develop their skills in these two areas. Of great benefit to those preparing for ABRSM grade 6 and above and for RCO organ playing diplomas, this class is also open to those not working for exams.
What to prepare
There is nothing to prepare for this class but please come with questions and ready to try examples.
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Fee: RCO Members £66; Non-members £77. Observer places (available once four playing places have been booked): RCO Members £24; Non-members £27