A wealth of notable instruments for the IAO Festival in Edinburgh this July

Paisley Abbey - the organ here has been rebuilt three times, most recently by Harrison & Harrison in 2009 The City of Edinburgh is the venue for this year's Incorporated Association of Organists' Festival, taking place over a long weekend from 24th-28th July.  'The Festival was last held here in 1994, and a number of notable instruments have been built, remodelled or restored since then, so a return visit is overdue!' says IAO President, John Kitchen. John was elected President last year, with the task of organising this Festival in Edinburgh, something he is eminently qualified…

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