The Academy offers Principal Study for both undergraduate and postgraduate organists.

We also offer a one-year Organ Foundation Course, designed for Gap-Year students preparing either for Oxbridge organ scholarships or for those wishing to develop their organ playing and choral direction skills to a high level before university or conservatoire studies.

‘Fit for a duke’: Choir & Organ magazine on the Academy’s new Sir Elton John/ Ray Cooper Organ
Published in the January/February 2014 issue of Choir & Organ. © Rhinegold Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

The Sir Elton John/ Ray Cooper Organ: Pinterest photo gallery

David Titterington

Head of Organ: David Titterington

Artistic Director of the International Organ Festival at St Albans

Highly experienced soloist and orchestral organist, including numerous appearances at the BBC Proms

His collaborations with composers have resulted in the creation of many new works for organ

Jury member for major international organ competitions


Organ Department Appointments


We are delighted to welcome Bine Bryndorf and Franz Danksagmüller to the Organ Department


Auditions 2016


Advice for everyone auditioning for studies in 2017


Organ Open Day

01 10月 2018 2:00午後, Duke's Hall

Professor David Titterington, Head of Organ, welcomes and introduces prospective students to an afternoon and evening at the Aca...

Organ Recital

01 10月 2018 7:00午後, Duke's Hall

One of a series of recitals featuring the complete organ works of César Franck


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‘I am passionate about organists learning to immerse themselves in repertoire beyond the familiar and comfortable’

David Titterington