Anne Page (right) was born and educated in Perth, Western Australia. She moved to Europe in order to further her studies in organ playing with Marie-Claire Alain, Peter Hurford and Jacques van Oortmerssen (through the Sweelinck Conservatorium Amsterdam). Based in Cambridge, she is a recitalist and teacher and with her partner, art historian Paul Binski, has recently founded the Cambridge Academy of Organ Studies. In the pioneering spirit of her homeland, she likes to explore some of the less well-trodden musical paths such as the revival of the harmonium, and is currently engaged in the Historic Organ Sound Archive making documentary recordings on organs in the eastern region. She is a passionately keen gardener and was proud to gain a Distinction in Grade One cello as an adult beginner while raising funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. or further information on musical activities visit: www.anne-page.co.uk and www.bios.org.uk/npor.html for he HOSA project.
Tom Mohan read Music at Oxford, where he was Organ Scholar of Corpus Christi College, and studied the organ privately with David Sanger in London. He then moved to London to take up the Organ Scholarship at Westminster Cathedral, and continued his studies with Piet Kee in Amsterdam. From 1983 to 1986, Tom held the post of Organist and Choirmaster at Westminster School, alongside the post of Assistant Organist at Brompton Oratory. Since 1986, he has worked as one of the senior administrators of the House of Lords, but has remained active as a musician, playing at the Dutch Church between 1993 and 1997 and again from 2010, as well as deputising widely in churches across London.