Following the recent installation of our new grand piano

St. John’s receives a grand gift

Grand piano donated to local Anglican church

  • Feb. 4, 2015 5:00 a.m.

St. John’s Anglican Church was recently blessed with the arrival of a new grand piano as a gift by a generous benefactor.

Since the arrival a protective piano cover was also donated.

St. John’s concert committee applauds the arrival of the new grand piano as it will enhance the concert capabilities of the venue. All look forward to the new piano attracting many future musical performances.

The superior acoustics as well as the architectural beauty of this century old church is both impressive to musicians and the audience.  The Anglican Church of St. John The Divine is commemorating 100 years of ministry in the Comox Valley (1915-2015).

The “Inaugural Debut “of the new piano will be on Sunday, March 1 at 2 p.m. in the church (579-5th Street).  The concert committee is thrilled to be featuring its own professional pianists; Dagmar Kilian and Peter Walker (solos and duets).  The public is invited to hear and enjoy this  light classical performance.


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