The Conferment of Diplomas is the public centrepiece of the Royal College of Organists’ year. In 2013 it was held in Southwark Cathedral, London.
The Conferment of Diplomas is the public centrepiece of the Royal College of Organists’ year. In 2014 it was held in Southwark Cathedral, London.
Develop your skills on the ‘big course with the personal touch’ – the RCO’s flagship summer course which lasts for six days and is based in the heart of the historic City of London. This film provides insight into the course, which caters for organists of all levels and aspirations.
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.
Dan and the Magic Musician tells the animated story of the greatest musical instrument of all.
Children can meet the pipe organ, with follow-up resources at the bottom of the page for teachers and parents.
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.
This section details vacancies which have been advertised by third parties for the interest of Royal College of Organist Members.
Responses to these advertisements should be via the advertiser’s email address displayed.
iRCO is the College’s virtual campus – an online environment where members and guest users can explore and engage with a wide range of resources including videos, sound files, articles and documents, images and detailed signposting to further resources wherever relevant.
These FAQs can help you get started with iRCO and answer other questions you may have.