“Useful, Stimulating, Inspiring”
*NEW* LOIC 2018: Tuesday 17th – Friday 20th July
with Ronny Krippner, Daniel Moult, Duncan Middleton, Neil Wright and Gerard Brooks.
LOIC 2018 features a strong home team of tutors with proven ability in helping organists of all standards to improve their ability to improvise. From basic harmony through to managing different historical styles and forms, right through to forging a language of your own, our tutors will offer guidance and practical techniques to help you learn and develop your skills, whether you are a complete beginner or a more experienced player.
The course runs over four days with morning and afternoon sessions and there are opportunities to play on some of London’s finest organs. In addition, and new for this year, there will be an afternoon class on the famous Cavaillé-Coll/Mutin organ at Farnborough Abbey under the guidance of Abbey organist Neil Wright.
Bookings are now open for 2018: to apply for this year’s course please send your name, address, telephone and email details to: LOIC Course bookings, PO Box 80, St. Albans AL3 4HR, together with a cheque for £375 or a non-refundable deposit of £50 payable to ‘The London Improvisation Course’. Alternatively, payment may be made by BACS to Account number: 03926348 Sort code: 30-91-85
For further information: LOIC@organfestival.com
Please return this application form to the address below, together with a cheque for £375 or a non-refundable deposit of £50 payable to ‘The London Improvisation Course’. Alternatively, payment may be made by BACS to: Account number: 03926348 Sort code: 30-91-85 Please send form to LOIC Course bookings, PO Box 80, St Albans AL3 4HR For further information: LOIC@organfestival.com
The London Organ Improvisation Course (LOIC) was established in 2001 to address the growing interest in the subject among British organists in particular, but it has attracted students from all over the world.
LOIC is based in central London over an intensive four-day period in July, using both historic and modern instruments. Following our partnership with the St Albans International Organ Festival, in some years one day of the course takes place in churches in St Albans.
The course comprises up to 18 students under the tuition of Gerard Brooks, Duncan Middleton and a guest tutor. Guest tutors have included Loïc Mallié, (Professor of Organ and improvisation at Lyon Conservatoire and San Sebastian) Sophie-Veronique Cauchefer-Choplin (Saint Sulpice, Paris), Nigel Allcoat and Pascal Reber (Strasbourg Cathedral).
For futher information and full details, please contact LOIC. All enquiries welcome!