|Organist & Conductor|
The following websites may be of interest. Each opens in a new window.
Ian's entry on wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liverpool Cathedral – Discover what makes the Cathedral one of the world's great buildings.
The Organs of Liverpool Cathedral – The title says it all! New website about the Cathedral's organs.
Liverpool's Great Pipe Organs – Site detailing the instruments in Liverpool Cathedral, St George's Hall, and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
David Wells – Organ Builder who's responsible for many organs in the Liverpool area and beyond.
Liverpool Organists' Association
Organ Recitals in Liverpool
organrecitals.com – The most comprehensive guide to organ recitals in Britain.
Recitals by Ian on organrecitals.com
Recitals at Liverpool Cathedral on organrecitals.com
Recitals at St George's Hall on organrecitals.com
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – Where Ian has been Chorus Master for 25 years.
Makin Organs – Builders of digital organs, where Ian is Tonal Consultant.
stephendisley.org – The website of Stephen Disley, one of Ian's former organ students who is now Sub Organist at Southwark Cathedral.
Digital Video Projection – A venture by Concert Organist (and former Liverpool Cathedral Organ Scholar) Keith Hearnshaw whereby a camera sited in the organ loft broadcasts pictures of the organist onto a screen in full view of the audience, so that the performer can be seen as well as heard!
The Nicholas Danby Trust provides scholarships and bursaries which enable young organists to further their studies.
The Royal College of Organists
The Incorporated Association of Organists – of which Ian is a past President
Organists' Review – The Journal of the Incorporated Association of Organists.
The Royal School of Church Music
Music at GMC – Website detailing musical activities at Gillingham Methodist Church, where Ian is a regular recitalist.
The National Pipe Organ Register – Website with details of some 28,000 organs in the U.K., together with around 6,000 pictures.
Het Orgel, English Links – List of (quite possibly) every organ-related website in the country!
die-orgelseite.de – Perhaps the most fascinating organ site on the web.
Liverpool John Moores University
BoardwalkPipes.com – A website dedicated to the world's largest pipe organ.