Jonathan Scott – ORGAN
Tom Scott – PIANO

Saturday 28 September 2024 – 7.30pm

St John’s Church Lovers Walk Dumfries DG1 1LR

SCOTT BROTHERS DUO piano and  organ

Scott Brothers Duo

Brothers Jonathan & Tom Scott perform a programme of duos for piano and organ, demonstrating the full range of sounds and colours available from this brilliant combination. Their programme includes original works for piano and organ as well as the duos own virtuosic arrangements of well known classical works.


Jonathan and Tom perform internationally in instrumental combinations which cover the entire keyboard spectrum, including Piano Duet, Piano & Organ, and Harmonium & Piano. Their online performance videos on the Scott Brother Duo YouTube channel have achieved more than 80 million views making them some of the most watched in the world.

Recent and forthcoming performances include concerts across the UK, as well as Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Latvia, Romania, Poland, Switzerland, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea. In 2019 Scott Brothers Duo won the ECHO (European Cities of Historical Organs) competition to create a performance which introduces the pipe organ to a young audience. Their project combines animation and organ music and will be performed at major festivals across Europe. In 2023, they were invited by the Royal Canadian College of Organists (Launchpad Series) to film a special online presentation in Montreal, Canada about their career.

Born in Manchester, Jonathan and Tom both studied at Chetham’s School of Music and in the UK.

Tom read Music on the joint course at The University of Manchester, gained the Sir Thomas Beecham Medal for Excellence in his degree, and achieved a distinction in his Masters degree. He made his concerto debut with the Hallé Orchestra, aged 17, with Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.1 at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. Tom is also a keen artist and animator, and creates animations to accompany live classical concerts. This has led to many exciting projects (including commissions by the BBC) and concert performances with orchestras and ensembles worldwide (Canada, USA, Taiwan and Australia). As a composer, Tom’s work ranges from instrumental to acousmatic compositions and audio/visual works, and his music has been performed across Europe and USA. He completed his PhD in electroacoustic composition at The University Of Manchester (supported by AHRC funding).

Jonathan continued his studies in USA and Holland, won the coveted Worshipful Company of Musicians WT Best Scholarship and gold medal, and is a Freeman of The City of London. Jonathan has been a member of the keyboard staff at RNCM since 2001 and is Associate Artist of The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. Recent performance highlights have included solo and concerto appearances in Denmark, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Poland, Singapore, Spain, and Taiwan as well as the the world premiere of the new organ concerto ‘6000 Pipes!’ by Sir Karl Jenkins. Jonathan also recently gave a series of Concerto performances and tours with the National Chinese Orchestra of Taiwan and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, as well as the reopening concerts at the organs of Marienkirche Kevelaer and All Saint’s Church, Warsaw, and a solo organ concert from the Royal Albert Hall, London for the BBC Proms.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Arr. Scott
Overture to The Magic Flute K.620

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) arr. Scott
Peer Gynt Suite No.1 Op. 46
I Morning Mood
II Death of Ase
III Anitra’s Dance
IV In the Hall of the Mountain King

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) arr. Scott
Clair de Lune (Suite Bergamasque)

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


George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) arr. Scott
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon HWV 67)

Pietro Yon (1886-1943)
Finale from Concerto Gregoriano

Tom Scott

George Gershwin (1898-1937) arr. Scott
Rhapsody in Blue