The Arabesque Trust: Words above a photograph of part of a rank of metal organ pipes

Offering varied practice facilities for blind and visually impaired pipe organists, in one north London location.


  1. Trust's aims
  2. Trustees
  3. Overview of resources
  4. Braille music and textbooks
  5. Guidelines for applicants
  6. The Arabesque Trust information held by the Charity Commission
  7. Testimonials
  8. Contact information
  9. Home page

Primarily supporting blind and visually impaired musicians, The Arabesque Trust offers facilities to: Play a range of keyboard instruments for leisure, study, teaching or performance; Advise about tuition in braille music literacy; Use, on the premises, scores from the library of braille music; Listen to a wide range of sound recordings. Assistance with travel costs may be possible to and from its North London location. While the Trust has been set up specifically for blind pipe organists, visually impaired musicians of any age are invited to apply to use its facilities. Please read "Overview of resources" and "Guidelines for applicants" for further information and how to apply.



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