CLESO Events

 


If you are interested in attending CLESO events, or would like some further information, please contact us


Saturday 2 March 2019 - The thirty-third London Organ Day, Christ Church, Spitalfields, E1 6LY

The IAO’s London Organ Day is fast approaching. CLESO will be helping on the day. Further details are available here.



Manders_workshopTuesday 19 March 7.30pm
CLESO visit to the workshops of Mander organs, St Peter's Square, London, E2 7AF

Manders, the well-known London based organ builder, cares for the great organs of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Royal Albert Hall and many others. They have recently completely restored the organ in the chapel of King’s College London and are currently working on rebuilding the organ of Waltham Abbey. This behind-the-scenes tour will explore how pipe organs are built, rebuilt, and maintained. We will also be given a demonstration of pipe voicing and tuning.

This visit has been arranged in response to feedback from our members’ survey where members asked for an opportunity to learn more about the mechanics of the organ, and is also part of our new approach to broaden the scope of our events in addition to visiting new and exciting venues with widely different instruments.

Registration is essential for this event because the tour will be limited to 15 people. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If you are interested in attending, please contact us

Further information about Mander’s work both here and abroad can be found on their website: www.mander-organs.com


Saturday 22 June 6pm - Roof garden social hosted by Sir Andrew Parmley at Vintners' Hall

Further details about this event will be published soon.


Details of CLESO’s past events and access to an archive of reports is available here.


Details of events organised by CLESO’s members and friends can be found on our news page.


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