Find church services with free choral music at the website choralevensong.org: a website that aims to promote Choral Evensong by making it easy to search for services across the British Isles using a place name or postcode.
For nearly one hundred years the Organists Charitable Trust (formerly the Organists’ Benevolent League) has been carrying on the work of its founder Sir Frederick Bridge helping organists or their dependants through difficult times.
The National Pipe Organ Register is a unique internet-based database containing details of 31,000 organs, and includes 10,000 pictures and 260 sound recordings.
The AIOA is a specialist body of accredited, independent professionals who can provide specialist advice on musical, technical, architectural and historic questions.
The Royal School of Church Music is an educational charity committed to promoting the study, practice and improvement of music in Christian worship.
The IAO was established to provide information, support, education and training for organists, choir trainers and organ enthusiasts.
The Association of British Choral Directors is the UK’s only organisation devoted solely to those leading choral music.
The Hymn Society was founded in 1936 to encourage study and research in the field of hymnody, promote good standards of hymn-singing, and sponsor relevant publications.
The Organ Club exists to promote awareness and appreciation of the art and science of the organ, its players and its music.
The British Institute of Organ Studies (BIOS) exists to encourage and promote the study of the pipe organ, its history and design, and to increase appreciation and understanding of its music by both organists and the general public.