Youngest Oxford University organist
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Louis Moss, 12, youngest Oxford University organist

A 12-year-old schoolboy has become the youngest person ever to play the organ for an Oxford University college.

Louis Moss, from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, began playing the piano when he was six and tried the organ for the first time just over a year ago.

He has now gained a scholarship to play at Jesus College where he will perform hymns for services from the spring.

Louis is thought to be one of only 750 young people learning to play the organ in the UK.

  • 31 Mar
  • From the section Oxford