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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Editorial Team:

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

Editor Emerita:

Catherine Ennis

Web Editor:

Nick Stein

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As winter approaches, what better time to lift the spirits than by attending an organ recital and exploring some of London’s finest cathedrals and churches? 

The LOCG prides itself on an extensive variety of organ music in and around London. Not to mention a host of international performances which appear in venues throughout the Guide. There is always something for everyone and this season is certainly no exception; from Westminster Ab-bey’s tribute to Hubert Parry and The Bloomsbury Organ Day, to The Mayfair Concerts Series at Grosvenor Chapel and Hanover Square. There’s also a celebration of women organists taking place at St Paul’s, Deptford and Christ’s Chapel Dulwich. We’re quite sure you’d agree, that the diversity and richness of events is nothing short of inspiring. 

Each season, it is always encouraging to see the upcoming talent of young organists. The St Lawrence Jewry Annual School Series, provides a platform for the best of young musicians to perform. Supporting gifted organ students is a great way to secure the future of the organ world, and keep it alive for young and old alike! 

So, time to get rugged up and be transported by the power and beauty of this season’s organ music events. 

We do hope that you enjoy the Guide, as much as we did in bringing it to you.

Best wishes,

The LOCG Editorial Team