Royal College of Organists The Organ Student Experience (TOSE) in a day 2019

RCO Student Members £50; Non-members £60

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Visit the Royal College of Organists website to book online.

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  • Daniel Moult, Course Director and head of the highly acclaimed organ department at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. One of the UK’s most versatile organists and hugely in demand as a concert organist and organ teacher and with many CD and DVD recordings to his name.
  • Jeremiah Stephenson, assistant director of music at All Saints’ Church, Margaret Street, London W1 – a young professional already in demand as a teacher and player
  • Simon Williams, Director for RCO East, South and South West and Organist & Director of Music at St George’s Church, Hanover Square in London’s West End.

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Event Description

About TOSE-in-a-Day

Teenage organists who are coming on or considering The Organ Student Experience (TOSE) course in Cambridge in July will find this an excellent preparatory day, whilst those not quite ready for TOSE (c.grade 5–grade 6) will benefit from the focussed tuition across a range of discplines which most organists need to master. 

What you can expect from this day

  • Two sessions of repertoire coaching on Baroque and later music
  • Coaching on keyboard skills such as sight reading, transposition and score reading
  • A session on choral conducting and accompaniment

You will mostly be taught in graded groups.

The organs

The organs are all in London’s West End and within a few minutes’ walk of Oxford Circus underground station

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The Royal College of Organists

About the organiser

The Royal College of Organists has supported and represented organists and choral directors for more than 150 years.

With members in nearly 40 countries around the world, we work together to promote the best in organ playing and choral directing, to encourage anyone who is interested to learn more about this fascinating and versatile musical instrument, and to explore its history and repertoire.

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