Organ Scholar Jonathan Pilgrim tries out the newly installed Herefrod Cathedral replica console and specification

Organ console underconstuctio Romsey Organ Works           Guided through the West End  double doors 
Organ Scholarship - upto £2500 per annum
To accompany the Choral Scholars, attend rehearsals and in consultation with The Director prepare and conduct Cantores Michaelis on agreed occasions.
September 29 - July 31   Services per academic year with two rehearsals per week and a midsummer concert at the end of Semester 2
The rehearsals are as follows: One weekday rehearsal normally a Friday 18.15 - 19.40. One fifty minute rehearsal before a service, normally 09.30-10.20 on a Sunday.
The services are as follows  Sunday Eucharist Starts at 10.30 and finishes approximately 11.45.
These are other services that are considered a compulsory attendance
1.  Patronal Festival (St Michael’s Day/Michalmas) 29 September 
2. Advent Sunday Carol Service  
3. Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols
3. Christmas Eve Midnight Mass December 24 * rehearsal starts 22.30 for Service start 23.00  -  ends approximately 00.30
4. Ash Wednesday
5. Holy Week:  Good Friday  Liturgy of The Cross 14.00-15.00 Easter Sunday  



The newly appnted Organ Scholar Myles Tyrell
Currently in his fourth year of Study at
The University of Southmpton reading Music and French
and studies organ with Geoffrey Holroyde (formerly Organist at St Mary's Warick)

                      
Former Organ Scholar
Jonathan Pilgrim

Organ scholar Jonathan Pilgrim was appointed October 2014 and having completed his three year undergraduate degree at Southampton University has now gone on to be organ scholar to Bradford Cathedral from June 2017. He began his experience of Church Music in St Leonard's Church Hythe Kent, where he started organ lessons with Director of Music Dr Berkeley Hill. Jon studie first study piano with Professor David Owen Norris on the keyboard performance course, University of Southampton. 


              
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