Helensburgh Orchestral Society’s first concert of the new year takes place at the Victoria Halls at 4pm on Sunday, February 2.

The concert will feature a fantastic and varied selection of music, with something for everyone of all ages – making for an ideal Sunday afternoon out.

The programme, conducted by Robert Baxter, includes music by Shostakovich, Brahms, Elgar and Strauss, and the orchestra’s principal flute Janine Macfarlane features in a performance of the first movement of the Stamitz Flute Concerto.

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Afternoon tea, with a selection of delicious home baked cakes, is included in the ticket price of £8 (£4 for students) – and admission for accompanied under 12s is free.

Tickets are available to buy now from orchestra members and from The Scandinavian Shop in Sinclair Street, as well as on the door on Sunday afternoon, subject to availability.

For more information about the orchestra, see helensburgh-orchestra.co.uk, visit the orchestra’s Facebook page or e-mail helensburghorchestra secretary@gmail.com.

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