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Sussex Keyboard & Organ Club is the largest electronic organ club in the Brighton/Worthing area, and has been in existence for the last 43 years.
Do you like a good cross section of music, from big band to popular light classics, jazz to pop, 1930s to 80s?
Would you like to hear this music played by some of the best professional organ and keyboard musicians in the country?
Would you enjoy the company of others with similar music tastes in a friendly and easy-going atmosphere?
How about joining us for one of our monthly concerts, two hours of great music with an interval with tea and coffee?
Our next concert is on the 17th January, 7.15pm at Lancing Parish Hall with Steve Hubble
Steve born and from Birmingham showed an early interest in music his first instrument was a Bontempi chord organ from Woolworths bought for him at the age of 4, with it he entertained pupils and teachers in school assemblies. Steve loved playing the piano, he worked through graded exams but all the time he was forming a passionate interest in the electronic organ. He was avidly interested in the more orchestral instruments such as Eminent, Riha, Yamaha and Technics. At the age of 16 Steve had his first electronic organ, 2 years later he entered and won the 1983 Midlands Organist of the Year Contest.
This launched his professional career as a concert organist and keyboard player.
Steve extensively toured throughout the UK playing for Organ Societies, Keyboard Clubs and Festivals. He was particularly noted for his musical arrangements and orchestral style of playing. He also appeared many times on radio including Radio 2 “The Organist Entertains” and Radio WM “Keyboard Magic
Steve is particularly pleased to have played live on TV on Celebrity Big Brother’s ‘Bit on the Side.’ It is rare to find organs and keyboards featured on TV so this was a great opportunity promoting both himself and the keyboards we all appreciate.
To find out more about Steve click here.