The new season of Helensburgh Music Society concerts is about to kick off with its season of five concerts.

The first show will be on Sunday, October 22 with Scots Baroque bringing a fusion of techniques and genres including improvisation, folk styles and contemporary music.

Their programme will focus on the meeting points between different styles, with a mix of classical and non-western musical ideas.

In January, they will host pianist Ethan Loch, winner of the piano final in last year's prestigious BBC Young Musician of the Year.

Saxophone and piano duo Scholfield Clarke will perform in February with the support of the Tunnell Trust. It will explore the journey of the saxophone over 100 years.

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The Tim Kliphuis Trio will bring gypsy jazz, classical-inspired works and celtic music. And the season will end with the 2021 winners of the Cavatina Competition, the Resol Quartet, founded in 2018 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Tickets for shows are available online, or at the door. Booking is recommended.

The first concert is on Sunday, October 22 at 7.30pm at Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre. Tickets are £15, £5 (students), £1 (under 18s) are available via links on the website including season tickets which, at £50, is a 30 per cent saving for all five concerts. Doors open at 6.45pm.