Pipes and frets – bridging the gap between worship styles

There's an assumption that church music is polarised between traditional and modern styles: the one relying on the sound of the organ, the other the worship band.  But could it be both?  On Saturday 4th November the Royal School of Church Music is running a workshop led by worship leader Timo Charnowski, and international organist Tom Bell, which offers a thoughtful and practical way to bridge the gap between styles  - to combine both pipes and frets in the weekly musical offerings of a parish church. The event covers basic musical and theological foundations, practical teaching, and the opportunity for…

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