RCO students survive the long, hot summer of 2018

by Simon Williams To begin with two facts: heat rises; many organ consoles are in lofts well above ground level. Despite sometimes uncomfortably hot and airless conditions, both during classes and for the unavoidable walks between teaching venues (and let’s not mention the experience of travelling by tube in London!), the College’s two flagship courses -The Organ Student Experience (TOSE) and the Summer Course - were greatly appreciated by the students and enjoyed by the teaching staff. The Organ Student Experience (TOSE) TOSE ran under the direction of Daniel Moult in Cambridge from 24 to 29 July.  Twenty-seven teenage organists…

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