Competition 2005

Date: 
23 Apr 2005

Quotes from audience

  • Where did these players appear from, never know they exist!
  • Only now I know they have electones in Spain!
  • No, the film crew are not from Yamaha.
  • What I want to know is why aren’t younger organ players that appear in Caister recently and those on Organfax [web site] playing in this competition? They should all join in and compete together.

Competition 2005

Date: 
23 Apr 2005

Location

Haven Holiday Centre, Caister Holiday Park, Norfolk
NR30 5NQ
NFK
United Kingdom

Adjudicators: Chris Stanbury, Chiho Sunamoto and Prof Windmill

Hall of fame 2005 - finalists

 

Programme

Competition 2005 Winners and Timetable

Winners

under 16 [1] Carlos Valbuena Martón
[2] Miriam Cecilia Gutiérrez Herrera
[3] Claire Chapoule-Bard
16 and over [1] Silvia Corona González
[2] Yoshiki Kawamoto
[3] Carmen Domínguez González

 

Timetable

Recommendations to Finalists from adjudicators Competition 2005

This is an extract of Professor Windmill's address to the contestant during prize-giving time. On this page, I have highlighted some of the important things he said because they are very good suggestions for an effective performance, and especially valuable for future contestants. I put my own comment in brackets.

  • Try to overcome your "nerves"
  • Enjoy your performance, involve your audience
  • Yamaha disks - more important to put your own "stamps" to the performance, it's a very individual performance (what do you want to express through the music?)

Competition 2005 Cavalcade Magazine Announcement

 

Cavalcade March 2005 Announcement

ELECTONE NATIONAL ORGAN COMPETITION

 

For the first time Caister will play host to the Electone clubs National Organ competition, a chance to see new young talent showing off their concert skills.