Learning during lockdown: 1 Exploring playing styles

RCO students exploring the historic organ of St Bavokerk, Haarlem, on an RCO study trip The increasing severity of the Covid-19 lockdown means that organists are not just faced with a sudden loss of work, but also restricted or no access to their instrument.  To fill this enforced downtime, we are opening up our online virtual campus iRCO to all, so that learning, at least, can continue - whether you are fortunate enough to have a home practice instrument or keyboard, or are looking at the prospect of no instrument to play at all for the…

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