Derrick Matthews: April 2019
The cliché 'not to be missed' assuredly applies to this forthcoming concert by the Scott Brothers Duo on Wednesday 8th May at 7.30pm in our church. Highly talented musicians, Jonathan and Tom Scott, have within just a few short years achieved an international reputation for their brilliant duet performances of popular classics on organ and piano. On first hearing them in 2017, I was so enthralled that I immediately booked them as ideal performers to suit our Aylesbury audience, confident they would be enthusiastically received.
On the evening of the concert both the organ console and the grand piano will be placed on the front central dais ensuring excellent sound and viewing. Entrance at the door is £12.00, but by ordering in advance, the cost is only £10.00 (students entrance is free). The simplest way to obtain tickets in advance is to complete the attached booking form by clicking here and post it with your cheque as directed. Your tickets will then be mailed to you by return or if preferred, kept available for your collection at the door. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased direct from the Church Office on weekday mornings.
I look forward to welcoming you.
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