Sir George Martin CBE Commemorative Lunch

Remembering the life and work of APRS President by friends and colleagues

Thursday, 3 November 2016

The Roof Gardens, Kensington, London W8

Hosted by Lady Martin

Fundraising for "The Montserrat Foundation" and "Young Person's Concert Foundation"

Special guest MC - Paul Gambaccini

Harewood Toast to be given by Jeremy Lascelles

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3 January 1926 - 8 March 2016

We are truly saddened at the loss today of our APRS President, Sir George Martin.

George was always a dedicated and loyal supporter of the association and his presence at our annual Sound Fellowship lunch was always a highlight of the year.

George was a true legend of our industry. Without his vision the musical landscape of the UK    and indeed the world would have been much poorer.

Not only did George create much of the music of the seminal sixties but also went on to found Air Studios in London and Montserrat.  His expertise encouraged us all who worked with him to produce our finest efforts.

Our industry owes him a great debt of gratitude for enriching all of our lives and enabling us to work at something we love.

Our sincere condolences to Judy and all the family, our thoughts are with you.

"God bless George Martin peace and love to Judy and his family ...
Thank you for all your love and kindness George peace and love xx."
- Ringo Starr

Photo: Sir George, with Dave Harries and Ken Townsend,
at the Sound Fellowships in 2009


In January 2016 the Board of the APRS took the difficult decision that the APRS should pause as a representative trade body and, as such, we are no longer accepting membership.

The APRS is now in the care of a group of long standing members and Fellows who are tending the shell of the APRS until it is clear what role the APRS should play in our ever changing audio industry. 

A New Direction for the APRS

To contact the APRS email info@aprs.co.uk

The Great British Recording Studios

by Howard Massey, endorsed by and in co-operation with the APRS
Foreword by APRS President, Sir George Martin CBE

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