Organ Scholarships – what to consider, how to prepare

Students on the RCO's Organ Student Experience course (TOSE) in Cambridge in 2018 Many young organists will want to try for an organ scholarship as a career progression.   This could be at a university, a cathedral or a local parish church, but not everyone will be familiar with what, exactly, an organ scholarship entails, and what is involved in the application process. Both the Royal College of Organists and Oundle for Organists (directed by Ann Elise Smoot) have been running popular courses for organists in their teens and early twenties for many years, tutored by…

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