Kay: September 2018
To showcase their wonderful Church Organ, Nunthorpe Methodist Church (Connaught Road, Nunthorpe TS7 0BP) are holding a series of three concerts this Autumn.
The first is on Friday 21st September 2018 and will feature locally renowned organist Andrew Christer. Andrew's programme will include pieces by J.S. Bach, Mozart and some lesser known composers. There will be an opportunity for audience participation, with some familiar hymns being played throughout the evening.
On Friday 19th October 2018, Andrew Stacey-Chapman will perform a varied programme with contributions on the piano from John Summersgill.
The final concert on Friday 16th November 2018, Brian Smith from Bolton, who will be supported by classical singer Beryl Lindley and some of her pupils.
All concerts start at 7.30p.m. and will include an interval when light refreshments will be served.
Tickets are £5.00 (including refreshments). A combined ticket for all three concerts is priced at £13.00. Please telephone Kay on 07753 976802 to reserve you tickets.
Organiser, Beryl Lindley said, "This is a unique opportunity to hear wonderful music played by the best organists in the North of England. The varied programme will include familiar traditional organ pieces and some more modern material, indeed something to interest everyone."
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