A genre-bending string group blending Celtic music, jazz, and classical music will come to Helensburgh later this month.

On Sunday, November 26, The Tim Kliphuis Trio will perform at the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre thanks to the Helensburgh Music Society.

The band will perform songs from their latest album 'The Five Elements' as well as the piece 'Brandenburg', which is inspired by frontman and violinist Tim's take on the Brandenburg concertos.

A spokesperson: “Helensburgh Music Society welcome back The Tim Kliphuis Trio, one of the world’s top string groups, combining jaw-dropping virtuosity and mesmerizing improvisations.

“The award-winning Netherlands violinist Tim Kliphuis together with Scotsmen Nigel Clark (guitar) and Roy Percy (double bass) have gained their reputation through a wonderful blend of ‘gypsy jazz’, classical inspired compositions and Celtic music.

“Their programme will include music from the new album 'The Five Elements'.

“Composed during lockdown it presents a hopeful vision for our future on the planet through multi genre music.

“The society looks forward to welcoming you in the intimate surroundings of the beautiful hall at the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre complex.

“This promises to be a most engaging and exciting evening so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets cost £15 for standard entry, £5 for students, £1 for under 18’s, and are available via www.helensburghmusicsociety.org.uk.

Season tickets are also available on the website and cost £50.

Tickets can also be purchased on the door from 6.45pm.