Father and daughter duo Bernard (piano) and Rachel Lansky (viola) will be performing at St Botolphs Church in Hadstock on Saturday (October 19).
The concert is a charity event to support the Building Fund of Hadstock Church, where a lot of remedial fabric work is now outstanding due to lack of funds.
It is a great opportunity to hear music well played in the excellent acoustics of Hadstock Church, and also to see the church door, which according to the Guinness Book of Records, is the oldest working door in the UK.
It nearly 1,000 years old and still used everyday.
The concert has been organised by the Friends of St Botolph’s Church in Association with The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the The Lumos Quartet.
The programme includes JS Bach, Suite No 6 for Cello (transcribed for Viola); F Bridge, Two Pieces for Viola and Piano; Mozart, Divertimento for String Quartet in F major, K138; Beethoven, String Quartet in B flat Major, Op 18, No 6.
Tickets cost £10 of £5 with concessions and can be bought on the door. The Concert starts at 7.30pm and there is a licenced bar.
This is a start of a programme of concerts that carries through to the end of next year.