John Evans in Concert at St Andrew's

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This coming Friday, 20th November sees the welcome return of local organist John Evans to St Andrew's Church, where he will be performing on the organ.

John, who is Director of Music at Hoole Methodist Church, has gained a reputation for performing a more varied and easy-listening assortment of music than you would ordinarily anticipate hearing on the organ, but his programme will also include the more traditional organ items in his repertoire.
Himself a member of no less than four local choirs, he will be joined on Friday by his wife, Angela, who as a contralto,also appears with local choirs, and together they take part in many fundraising concerts each year.

No tickets are required for the concert, which starts at 7.30 p.m, and donations will be welcomed towards St Andrew's Organ & Maintenance Funds.Light refreshments will also be available.

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