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Clay Hill Parish, Enfield
The churches of Clay Hill Parish , St John's, Clay Hill and St Luke's, Enfield are looking for a young musician who would like to be our new organ Scholar. Ideally they would be pre-university age and grade 7/8 piano, although not essential. An ideal opportunity for someone to get some real life practical experience and extra tuition (by Robert Evans). If the scholar is ready to play for services, there would be a fee of £30 fee for regular services, £70 for funerals and £100 for weddings.

For more details please contact Nathan Hulse at nathanjhulse@gmail.com.
(11/09/2021)


St Alban's Church, North Harrow

St Alban's Church, North Harrow, London wishes to appoint an experienced organist and choir director. The successful candidate will be passionate about the opportunity to build up and develop the musical life and worship of the church and parish. Remuneration will be in accordance with RSCM guidelines plus fees from occasional offices and the potential for additional projects in the community which would come with their own funding.

Full details from: https://www.stalbans-nh.org.uk/organistandchoirdirectorpost.htm.
Enquiries to stalbanschurch@btinternet.com.
Closing date: 31 August.
Informal visit: 4/5 Sept.
Interviews: 11 Sept.

(19/07/2021)


Marlborough Road Methodist Church, St Albans

Marlborough Road Methodist Church again has a vacancy for an organist. This position might be suitable for a student.
Currently the organist plays for Sunday morning worship, and on other occasions such as our annual Carol Service and Wesley Day Celebration in May. Throughout the year there are opportunities to play for weddings and funerals.
Historically MRMC has a traditional musical style but we would be open to new ideas and initiatives from the successful candidate, in consultation with the minister.
The organ itself has been well maintained and is one of the three in St. Albans used for practice during the biennial International Organ Festival. Payment would be in line with the current guidance from RSCM and take into account the experience of the successful candidate.
There is possible potential for a children’s choir, if the applicant were able to make links with our Brownie groups and the local Primary School with whom we have links.
For more information you are welcome to contact the minister the Reverend Rosemary Fletcher at rosemary.fletcher@methodist.org.uk enclosing a CV.
(06/09/2021)


This page last modified 11 September, 2021 by [EDOA Administrator]

Image: St Paul, Harringay, by Richard Bower (1993). Click the image to view more details about this instrument on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Img: The organ in the Greig Academy (formerly the School of St David and St Katherine), Hornsey, built by Hill, Norman and Beard (1976/1993) . Click the image to view more details about this instrument on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Image: St Benet Fink, Tottenham, by Abraham Jordan (1714), rebuilt by Henry Willis (1884). Click the image to view more details about this instrument on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Image: St Andrew, Enfield, by Richard Bridge (1752), rebuilt by Hill, Norman and Beard (1965/1972). Click the image to view more details about this instrument on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Some organs in Enfield and district ... click on the images for more information

Copyright of these images belongs to John Norman. They are reproduced here with his permission.