THE Feather Market Organ Society presents organist Christopher Cockburn and soprano Jill Nock at a lunchtime concert at the Feather Market Centre tomorrow.
Cockburn is currently a lecturer in music at the University of KwaZulu-Natal where he also obtained a doctoral degree in musicology.
He also held the post of assistant organist at the well known St George's Cathedral in Cape Town as well as the position of music director at the cathedral in Grahamstown.
Since settling in Port Elizabeth, Nock has given many performances as a solo artist. She is married to guitarist Howard Nock and together they have established The Baroque Ensemble, performing works in this genre at St Mary's Cathedral.
Her mentor in voice is Erna Mayr.
The programme for tomorrow's concert, at 1pm, will consist of organ works by Dubois, Bach, Elgar and Mulet.
The organ and soprano duo will also perform well-known works by composers such as Purcell, Handel, Franck and Gounod.
Admission is R25, or R20 for pensioners, while pupils are admitted free.