Choir and Organ's guide to navigating the words behind the sounds of Easter choral music.
Choir and Organ’s guest presenter tells us about the organ pieces he most likes to share.
We're offered insight into the world from the view of the organist's bench
Steven Rajam describes the organ's massive presence in five great orchestral pieces
Take part in our quiz and try to identify the carols we’re playing backwards on the organ
Here are some of our favourite, lesser-known carols that we think deserve an outing.
Bach was the master of fugue, but his peers and successors also gave it their best shot...
Steven Rajam introduces five examples of Soviet vocal maximalism
Chris Taylor reflects on the many therapeutic benefits of choral singing...
Listen to our montage of clips and see how many you can identify.
Let the Peoples Sing Choir Competition
We rate Christmas Carols on how well they can send you to sleep
Christmas is joyous, and we offer you choral tips on how to stay merry through the season
Top tips on how to make your choir sound its best.
Find out why Schubert partsongs are the choral equivalent of "Lieder".
Seven ways an organist might occupy the bars’ rest in a performance of The Planets.
What makes these instruments from Britain, the USA, Europe and the Far East unique?