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4 New Music Publications Available
June 20, 2017
By: Lorne Swan
Four new items have been added to the RCCO music publications catalog - 3 works for organ and one...
The Continuo has been launched!
June 11, 2017
By: DataManager
We are excited to add The Continuo, our official e-newsletter, to our communications portfolio. ...

Code of Ethics

The Royal Canadian College of Organists was founded to encourage a high standard of church music, and to support those engaged in that work. To that end, the following behaviour is expected of all its members:

1. Members will act in a professional manner, striving to perform their craft to the best of their abilities, and to fulfil the terms of their employment.

2. Members will work to improve the role of music in worship and the reputation of their profession by fostering good working relationships with clergy and church government.

3. Members will not accept a performing engagement in another musician’s jurisdiction without the approval of that musician. In such cases, it is appropriate for the contracting party to offer the incumbent musician a fee as a courtesy.

4. Members will not seek a position until after the incumbent musician has officially resigned or been properly notified of the termination of employment.

5. Members will respect the rights of composers and publishers, and will not violate these by infringing copyright laws.

Musicians and Clergy are encouraged to call upon the RCCO Professional Support Committee to help resolve any disputes which may arise.

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