The SDSO committee needs explicit consent from its members that they want to be contacted. If you do not respond to the secretary before the 25th May, members will be removed from email lists and will no longer receive Stopress, membership information or other important information
All SDSO members will soon be emailed about new legislation which comes into force on the 25th May 2018. The SDSO committee now needs explicit consent from all its members before it can contact them. The SDSO committee is taking guidance from the Incorporate Association of Organists to ensure we comply with this new law.
Please look out for an email from our secretary about this – please don’t ignore it – it’s important.
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The SDSO will have its final meeting of the 2017 / 2018 session at Clackmannan Parish Church where the group, Sweet Harmony, will perform.
There will also be a short talk about the work of the Royal College of Organists after Sweet Harmony.
If you have not been able to come along to any of the SDSO’s meetings so far, we hope to see you on the 21st April. As usual, we start at 2.30pm.
The SDSO started 2018 with Organ and Other Instruments at St Ninians Craigmailen Church in Linlithgow. Some of the society’s members were joined by other local musicians for an afternoon of music which included organ, cello, clarinet, saxophone, mandolin and double bass.
Chris Bragg visited Alva Parish on the 18th November 2017 for a recital on J.S. Bach and his 19th Century Disciples. It was recital full of variety and colour which spanned the whole of the 19th Century. Thank you to Alva Parish Church for hosting this afternoon’s event. A copy of the programme can be found here
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