All proceeds from the live performance will go to the NHS and the church.
The occasion, on Saturday, July 3 at 7pm to have a good time the 137th Anniversary of St John’s, will delivered by Jonathan Scott who will play the 1893 organ constructed by Forster and Andrews of Hull.
Jonathan enjoys a vastly diverse performing profession on a various spectrum of keyboard devices with a repertoire spanning over 500 years of music, together with a list of over 400 of his personal transcriptions and preparations.
As Affiliate Artist of the Bridgewater Corridor Manchester, he offers a collection of lunchtime organ recitals which magnetize audiences approaching 1,000.
A spokesman mentioned: “Born in Manchester, Jonathan studied piano and organ at Chetham’s College of Music earlier than gaining a scholarship to attend the Royal Northern School of Music.
“Along with his profession as pianist and organist, Jonathan is a specialist within the music for the French artwork harmonium.
“This season’s performances embody solo and concerto appearances throughout the UK in addition to Germany, Spain, France, Hungary, Norway, Switzerland, Belgium, Latvia, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore.
“Jonathan additionally has a busy worldwide live performance schedule along with his pianist brother Tom Scott, performing as Scott Brothers Duo.”
Admission to the live performance is £12 (Youngster below 16 free). For extra data and to purchase tickets name 07540 705886.