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Dear Organ lover

Here is news of the next PDOA event: on Saturday 24th June an organ crawl to Market Deeping and Bourne. It is a welcome opportunity to meet other members and play some local instruments. Market Deeping is due for a rebuild, so there's a chance to hear it before and after. Please do also scroll down for some organ recitals in Stamford which I am promoting.

Best wishes

FERGUS BLACK, Chairman
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Saturday 24th June

The Deepings Organ Crawl

Saturday 24 June; playing opportunity at St Guthlac Market Deeping (pictured) and Bourne Abbey. Meet at St Guthlac's Market Deeping at 1.30. Refreshments in Northborough and the opportunity to play a three manual Norwich Electronic drawstop home instrument, then on to Bourne Abbey for another playing opportunity.

  Please click here to let me know if you are attending. 

NON-MEMBERS
Non-members are welcome to attend: we make a charge to non-members for our events.
Don't forget the Cathedral's Summer Music Festival this weekend of Choral and Organ Music - opening recital by David Briggs. I'm sure it isn't too late to buy tickets: the Cathedral is a big place.
PDOA DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Friday 7th July 1pm James Bowstead
PDOA recital
by the Organ Scholar at Peterborough Cathedral

At Stamford All Saints' - see below. Free admission with retiring collection.

Saturday 23rd September 
Organ Crawl

Curated by Stephen Barber. Bulwick (dedicated to St Nicholas with a two manual Holditch, NPOR N03485) at 2pm and Kings Cliffe (dedicated to All Saints, NPOR D01670) at 3.30pm. (Previously advertised on the 16th September)


Wednesday 4th October
Recital by Fergus Black 
Music by local composers including Beechey, Spratley, Thompson, Gower and Hansell at Stamford All Saints'. Followed by the AGM  and a convival meal at The Crown. 

STAMFORD ORGAN RECITALS IN JULY

Organ Recitals at Stamford All Saints’, Red Lion Square Fridays in July @ 1pm

Each Friday in July, there will be an Organ Recital at All Saints' at 1pm, after the church cafe. We open on Friday 7th July with a concert sponsored by the PDOA, given by James Bowstead, the Organ Scholar at Peterborough Cathedral, and continue with Andrew Reid, Director of the Royal School of Church Music on the 14th. Fergus Black and the young Australian organist Josh Ryan round off the series. Mr. Ryan is in the UK as a guest of John Miley to study with Gillian Weir. The organ at All Saints' is a 2-manual instrument with tubular pneumatic action by James J. Binns of Leeds, dating from 1916.

All the recitals feature a ‘big screen' video projection of the player. 

Friday 7th July 1pm James Bowstead
Organ Scholar, Peterborough Cathedral
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Friday 14th July 1pm Andrew Reid
Director, Royal School of Church Music
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Friday 21st July 1pm Fergus Black
Director of Music, Stamford All Saints’ Church 
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Friday 28th July 1pm Joshua Ryan
Organ Scholar, Christ Church St. Laurence, Sydney, Australia
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Retiring collection for Church Music Fund. 
Friday is Market Day; expect the town to be busy. 
Scotgate Car Park is nearest: PE9 2YB.



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WOW IS BACK!
The Seventh Warmington Organ Weekend
13-15 October 2017

Limited to 12 students, with three tutors: James Parsons, Daniel Moult and Steven Grahl. With such a large amount of actual playing, your improvement will be noticeable! It is a great opportunity on our doorstep - only £135, including membership of The Organ Club. The organiser is John Miley, one of our members.

Details and Application Form here.
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