Learning during lockdown : 7 starting, and diversifying, your career

The Kenneth Tickell instrument at St Barnabas, Dulwich, a venue for some of the RCO Diploma examinations By the nature of our instrument, we spend a lot of time not only playing, but also learning, on our own.  Regular lessons may have fallen into abeyance during lockdown, and keeping up impetus and engagement in solitude can be difficult even for the best of us, without some sort of structure.  This week's Learning during Lockdown looks at ways in which beginner and developing organists can gain inspiration and keep engaged through the structure of the RCO's early…

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