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Saturday 29th August 2020 7:30pm
BBC PROMS PRESENT
PROMS 2020: THE SYMPHONIC ORGAN
JONATHAN SCOTT
LIVE BROADCAST FROM THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL




In the vast space of the Royal Albert Hall, Manchester-born Jonathan Scott sits alone at the 70-foot-tall Henry Willis organ – an instrument Scott describes as ‘one of the greatest concert organs in the entire world’. Here he exploits the full possibilities of the musical beast’s four manuals, 147 stops and 9,999 pipes, to bring to life his own symphonic arrangements of colourful orchestral classics.

Scott’s selection opens with the overture to Rossini’s The Thieving Magpie, its famous snare drum exchanged for bellowing pedals.
(Scott’s footwork has been said to put Gene Kelly to shame.)

After the serene, reflective Intermezzo from Mascagni’s opera Cavalleria rusticana comes Dukas’s mischievous trainee wizard, whose attempt to make light work of filling a cauldron with pails of water backfires, resulting in a rising tide of chaos. The concert’s climax is the ‘Organ’ Symphony by Saint-Saëns, commissioned by London’s Philharmonic Society and first performed at St James’s Hall, Piccadilly, a couple of miles from the Royal Albert Hall. With Scott taking on the roles of both solo organist and orchestra, it’s a fitting tribute to the French composer, who was himself was among the first to play the Royal Albert Hall’s mighty organ when it was completed in 1871.

PROGRAMME

Gioachino Rossini
The Thieving Magpie – overture
(arr. Jonathan Scott)

Pietro Mascagni
Cavalleria rusticana – Intermezzo
(arr. Jonathan Scott)

Paul Dukas
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
(arr. Jonathan Scott)

Camille Saint-Saëns
Symphony No. 3 in C minor, ‘Organ’
(arr. Jonathan Scott)

Jonathan Scott organ

PLEASE NOTE: it will not be possible to have an audience at the Royal Albert Hall for this concert. The concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

Full details on how to Watch/Listen on BBC


Details about the concert on the Royal Albert Hall website

 


 

Saturday 5th September 2020 8pm
Propsteikirche St. Mariä Geburt, Kempen, Germany

Jonathan performs a solo organ concert on the organ of
St. Mariä Geburt, Kempen



PROGRAMME

Felix Mendelssohn - Arranged Jonathan Scott
Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) Overture Op. 26

Antonio Vivaldi - Arranged Jonathan Scott
Mandolin Concerto in C RV 425

Tom Scott
Sesqialtera

Ludwig van Beethoven - Arranged Jonathan Scott
Symphony No. 5 in c minor Op. 67 - COMPLETE





More details on Website (see web-link below)



 


 

Monday 7th
September 2020 8pm

Basilica of Saint Lambertus
Stiftspl. 7, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany



PROGRAMME

Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) Overture Op. 26

Antonio Vivaldi - Arranged Jonathan Scott
Mandolin Concerto in C RV 425

Tom Scott
Sesqialtera

Ludwig van Beethoven - Arranged Jonathan Scott
Symphony No. 5 in c minor Op. 67 - COMPLETE


More details on Website (see web-link below)



 

 

Friday 18th September 2020
Évreux Cathedral, Rue Charles Corbeau, 27000 Évreux, France

An evening concert of Piano and Organ Duos in the magnificent
Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Évreux

Scott Brothers Duo – A concert of Duos for Piano & Organ

PROGRAMME

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) arr. Jonathan Scott
Overture to The Magic Flute K.620

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) arr. Jonathan Scott
Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune

Marcel Dupré (1886-1971)
Variations on Two Themes Op. 35

Charles Francois Gounod (1818-1893) arr. Jonathan Scott
Meditation

Pietro Yon (1886-1943)
Finale from Concerto Gregoriano

Tom Scott (b.1981)
Timepiece

Franz Liszt (1811-1886) arr. Jonathan Scott
Hungarian Rhapsody No.2



 


 

Tuesday 6th October 2020 8pm
THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Geneva Cathedral, Geneva, Switzerland

Festival Louis Vierne - 150th Anniversary

orgue de la Chapelle des Macchabées & harmonium avec Jonathan Scott

Louis Vierne, organiste aveugle et compositeur français, est né à
Poitiers le 8 octobre 1870 et mort à Paris le 2 juin 1937.
Afin de célébrer le 150e anniversaire de sa naissance,
une série de concerts est proposée par les Concerts de la Cathédrale.


A concert of pieces from 24 Pièces en style libre,
Op.31 by Louis Viderne performed by Jonathan Scott
on Mustel Orgue-Celesta and the newly restored 1888 Walcker organ
in Chapelle des Macchabées of Geneva Cathedral.


Louis Vierne, blind organist and French composer, was born in
Poitiers on October 8, 1870 and died in Paris on June 2, 1937.
In order to celebrate the 150th anniversary of his birth,
a series of concerts is offered by the Concerts de la Cathédrale.


More details on Website (see web-link below)

 


 

Friday 9th October 2020 9am
THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Freiberg Cathedral, Germany
Dom St. Marien, Deutschland




As winners of the 2019 ECHO (European Cities of Historical Organs)
"Introducing Children To Organ Music"
Scott Brothers Duo present their performance of
"Pictures at an Exhibition" (Jonathan - solo organ Tom Scott - Animation)
on the
Historic 1714 Gottfried Silbermann Organ of Freiberg Cathedral

More details on Website (see web-link below)





Friday 16th October 2020
Bergamo International Organ Festival
"Città di Bergamo" XXVIII Edizione - 2020

Bergamo Cathedral, Italy
Cattedrale di Sant'Alessandro, Piazza Duomo

Jonathan & Tom Scott present two concerts in Bergamo Cathedral.

4.45pm AFTERNOON CONCERT



As winners of the 2019 ECHO (European Cities of Historical Organs)
"Introducing Children To Organ Music"
Scott Brothers Duo present their performance of
"Pictures at an Exhibition" (Jonathan - solo organ Tom Scott - Animation)


Evening Concert 9pm


Solo Organ Recital - Jonathan Scott
Vivaldi arr. Scott - The Four Seasons
Mussorgsky arr. Scott - Pictures at an Exhibition


Tickets: More details on Website (see web-link below)

     
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