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The leading website for organ recitals in Britain. 48,521 concerts by 4,117 organists have been listed at 1,920 venues.
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CLICK HERE TO ADVERTISE RECITALS ONE WEBSITE, THOUSANDS OF CONCERTS CLICK HERE FOR WEEKLY BULLETINS
How much does it cost to advertise on organrecitals.com?
There is no financial charge but please mention the website (e.g. "For future concerts, see organrecitals.com") on the programmes and publicity for concerts you wish to advertise here.
How do I submit concert details to organrecitals.com?
Send an e-mail to submissions@organrecitals.com – but, first, check if the concert's already listed at organrecitals.com/all
You can send a link to a webpage that has concerts on it or attach a PDF/Word document/poster image that detials them. Alternatively, you can submit a plain text message, giving: The venue's name & postcode; The recital's date and day, plus its start and finish times; The organist's name & location; Admission info, e.g. "£5, concessions £4" or "retiring collection"; Contact details (to be published), i.e. phone and/or e-mail, not a website.
The small print:
Only organ recitals in Britain (excluding the Channel Islands and the Scilly Isles) can be listed.
For the purposes of this website, an organ recital is defined as a concert featuring music played on an organ, pipe or electronic/digital, that is fixed at its location, i.e. an instrument that is not considered to be portable.
Organ master classes, and choral concerts, orchestral concerts, etc. are not organ recitals but the following formats may be eligible for listing: (1) Concerts where the organ accompanies other musicians, mainly soloists; (2) Concerts that include significant organ works, e.g. the Poulenc Organ Concerto or Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony; (3) Organ recitals that are part of a whole day's programme, provided they have their own admission; (4) Organ-a-thons, i.e. multiple concerts spread over some hours at a single venue; (5) Events that are part-lecture, part-recital; (6) Silent movies accompanied by the organ; (7) Christmas concerts, with organ, that include audience carols.
All concerts are listed at the webmaster's discretion.
Requests for extra prominence, special publicity, etc. cannot be entertained.
Why advertise on organrecitals.com?
organrecitals.com is Britain's largest and most comprehensive organ concerts' website. Search for "organ recitals" or "organ recital" on google or bing or yahoo and you'll be presented with lists that run to thousands of results. Guess which site is at the top of those lists? Since 2005, organrecitals.com has listed 48,521 concerts by 4,117 organists at 1,920 venues. Approximately 100,000 pages on the site are viewed every month – more than one million pages annually! Thousands of people go to organ recitals as a direct result of seeing them advertised here.
organrecitals.com lists every concert on multiple pages. In the Main Section, a recital appears on a minimum of
12* pages. In the Mobile, High Contrast, and Printable Sections, it will be shown on at least 15 pages (five per section). Additionally, some concerts are listed on specific pages, e.g. for cinema/theatre organ concerts or anniversary recitals.
* For example: A recital by Ian Tracey at Liverpool Cathedral on Monday 1 April will appear on [1] the Ian Tracey page, [2] the Liverpool Cathedral page, [3] the April page, [4] the April 1st page, [5] the Monday page, [6] the Liverpool page, [7] the Merseyside page, [8] the North-West Area page, [9] the England page. It will also appear, when appropriate, on [10] the Next 100 Recitals page and [11] the Next 7 Days page. Finally, each recital has [12] its own page.
organrecitals.com aims to provide an unrivalled service that supports audiences, recitalists, concert organisers, and venues by providing listings in a format that's attractive and user-friendly. It is hoped that the free advertising and equal billing for the famous and the lesser-known will be beneficial to all concerned.
organrecitals.com is rated as "Safe" by Norton Safe Web. This means it has no computer threats, no identity threats, and no annoyance factors. To see the full report, click here.
N.B. Some browsers flag organrecitals.com as not secure. This is true and deliberate – it has no need to be secure because no private data or financial information is exchanged between the website and its users.
Approximately 100,000 pages on organrecitals.com are viewed every month – more than one million pages annually!
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