This guide reaches thousands of lovers of music across the UK and beyond.  It contains information about the organ and the many fine concerts which take place either in or close to London.



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Click here to visit the Dutch Organ Society. The source for pipe organ music events, concerts and recitals worldwide. Also essays, organ performance reviews and recommended music.

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Editorial Team:

John Morris, Andrew Hyde, Nick Stein, David Bird, Marilyn Harper, Lisa Morris, Paul Gobey, John Stratton, James Rand

Editor Emeritus:

Catherine Ennis

Web Editor:

Nick Stein

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If ever there was a vibrant time for organ music in and around our capital, it must be now. Between the pages of this guide you will find an array of recitals, concerts and events – mainly for organ but also some including other instruments, as well as occasions encouraging young and upcoming organists.

The new Flentrop organ at the Royal College of Music cannot but add to the richness of our capital’s culture and we look forward to much activity in that direction. Recitalists from at least twenty-one countries are represented in this guide – a truly international line-up!

Out of a fair number of expressions of interest concerning the request for volunteers to help run the LOCG, we are delighted to welcome Messrs Paul Gobey, John Stratton and James Rand on board. We hope that their time with us will be happy, rewarding and fruitful.

Finally, the LOCG facebook page (@LondonOrganConcertsGuide) – although still in its infancy – is now live and we look forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

The LOCG Editorial Team