What is OCSO?

What is OCSO?

OCSO stands for the Organ Club Student Organisation, which was set up in 2012 to provide events tailored to students… read more →

The Organ Club exists to promote awareness and appreciation of the art and science of the organ, its players and its music. Membership is open to all who are interested in the organ and organ music and both players and non-players are equally welcome.

The Club was founded in 1926, and the first President was Henry Willis Ill. The Club continues to thrive and meet the aspirations of its members in promoting knowledge about organs, organ music and organ performance. Monthly visits to interesting instruments, annual tours to areas of the UK and abroad, masterclasses, a bimonthly newsletter and a tri-annual journal are the immediate benefits of membership along with sharing an interest with like-minded people. If you are browsing this site for the first time, we hope you will wish to become a member.

The Organ Club Student Organization (OCSO) was established in 2012 to create events and opportunities exclusively tailored for the Club’s student members, but with many events also open to all Club members.  For further information about OCSO, click here.


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