(Cherwell School provided the picture, and also gained permission from parents to share this with Viscount Classical Organs for the purpose of sharing this good news story with their audiences.)
If you have been following us for a while, you will know how passionate we are about our loan schemes with schools.
If there is one thing that is very important to us – its about what we can do to attract the next generation of young organists, as well as support youngsters who already play.
Part of our commitment to do more includes partnering with organisations such as the Royal College of Organists, the St. Giles Organ School as well as supporting young organists on a personal basis through loan schemes.
Cherwell School sends feedback and thanks
There is nothing nicer than also getting to hear when the instruments we have loaned are being put to good use.
Recently, we were delighted to receive thanks and a picture from Dr. Nicholas Prozzillo who led an organ workshop at Cherwell School using one of our Envoy instruments which we donated to the school to help provide more opportunity for organ playing practise.
Six pupils currently have regular tuition in school. The organ is used for workshops, one-to-one tuition, and for composition work in academic lessons.
Our work to support young organists
If you’d like to learn more about the work we do to support young organists and in attracting the next generation of organ players – feel free to visit our Organ Outreach and Supporting Young Organists page where we give you some examples of the schemes we have been involved and the schools we have worked with and are working with.
I have played the church organ since the age of 11. I am organist at my local catholic church as well as accompanist for a small choral group and keyboard player in a function band. I am committed to ensuring Viscount customers get industry leading service and advice, resulting in the very best organ to suit their needs, be it church, school, home or concert hall.