He’s considered the world’s greatest living organist, he’s the youngest-ever chair of Juilliard’s Organ Department, he’s the only organist ever to have won a Grammy Award, and he’s known worldwide for having performed Bach’s complete organ works (by memory) in an 18-hour marathon performance when he was 23 years old. And here’s the thing: he just loves our city. And our audiences return the favor, packing the church time and time again to experience his technical wizardry, his unforgettable artistry and his super-engaging personality. He asked if we would allow him to come back to perform in his favorite town. Gosh, darn - who are we to say no, when he asks so nicely?