Organists and choral directors urged to take part in RCO survey

Organists and choral directors urged to take part in RCO survey

The Royal College of Organists is urging all organists and choral directors to make sure that their voice is heard in its 2015 survey.

The survey is part of a consultation process which is helping the College and its partner organisations to shape future services and support for organists and choral directors.

Chief Executive Philip Meaden said: “As we celebrated our 150th anniversary in 2014, we committed to using that milestone as a springboard for change and renewal.

“We remain determined to ensure the College and its partners are better placed than ever to help musicians of every age, level of attainment and ambition to meet the realities of a 21st Century musical life.

“As part of this drive, we are developing new services, activities and partnerships across all areas. Understanding the broadest range of views and priorities will be fundamental as we shape those services.

“Anyone who can spare ten minutes to complete this confidential online survey will be making a significant contribution to a process which we believe will be enormously beneficial to all organists and choral directors, whether members of the College or not.”

The RCO survey can be found online at:

College members with a registered email address (and who normally receive our monthly RCO e-News) have been directly emailed these details. Those with no registered email address have been sent a print version of the survey.

The deadline for completing the online survey is Saturday 31st October.

Members filling in a print version have until Sunday 8th November to return their surveys.

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