Members of a Helensburgh music group are inviting locals to see their final concert of the season next month.

The Helensburgh Music Society’s next concert will take place on Sunday, March 10 in the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre at 7pm, featuring the Resol String Quartet.

The group was formed at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018 and take their name from the Catalan word meaning ‘reflection of sunlight’.

A spokesperson for the society said: “The quartet closes our season with a versatile selection of works spanning the centuries, including Mozart’s ‘Dissonance’ quartet and Shostakovich’s 3rd quartet.

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

The members were brought together by their vision to make classical music more inclusive and accessible.

They quartet won the Cavatina Competition at the Wigmore Hall in 2021 and enjoyed a week’s residency at Snape Maltings as Britten Pears award holders.

The quartet have also embarked on tours across the UK and Europe.

Entry costs £15 for adults aged 18 and over, £5 for students, and £1 for under 18s, while tickets can also be purchased on the door from 6.45pm, subject to availability.

For more information and booking please visit the society's website: