A woodwind trio of three young musicians is being welcomed to Weymouth.

Katherine Bryer on oboe, Stephen Williams on clarinet and Antonia Lazenby on bassoon will perform at the first Weymouth Sunday Concert of 2020 at Weymouth Bay Church on Sunday, January 19 from 3pm.

After completing her Bachelors degree at the Royal Academy of Music in 2017, Katherine continued her studies on the oboe and cor anglais on the Academy’s Master of Arts course.

An active orchestral musician, she has appeared with orchestras including BBC Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra and London Philharmonic Orchestra and has enjoyed performing in concert halls across the country and abroad.

Katherine is the recipient of numerous awards, including all three of the Academy oboe and cor anglais prizes.

Stephen graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2016, in his final year at the Guildhall School, Stephen gave solo performances at both the Carnegie Hall in New York and the Barbican Hall in London and since graduating has played with a variety of ensembles including the Britten Sinfonia and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

He has also performed at various international music festivals including the Aldeburgh Festival, Cheltenham Festival and Chipping Campden Festival.

Antonia studied the bassoon at Chetham's School of Music. She continued her studies at the Royal College of Music and then undertook her Master's degree at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and studied on the Orchestral Artistry course.

Her freelance career has included playing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

Their programme will include arrangements of three-part inventions by J. S Bach, a Mozart Divertimento and items by Bozza and Stravinsky. Telemann

*The concert is at 3 pm at Weymouth Bay Church on Sunday, January 19. Further details see weymouth music.org.uk or phone 01305 77082. Tickets are available at the door.