Take part in a masterclass on a unique 1930s instrument

Teaching on the 1933 Hill Norman & Beard instrument at the Royal Hospital School The Royal Hospital School in Holbrook, Suffolk, is offering organists the opportunity to join a masterclass and play a unique 1930s instrument in a splendid acoustic - the 1933 Hill Norman & Beard organ in the school chapel, which is one of the few instruments from that time which hasn't been altered from the original tonal design. Hailed as a monument to the 1930s English grand organ style, the instrument is used daily by staff and pupils to accompany the glorious ‘Holbrook…

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