Weymouth Sunday Concert's last event of the season will see a popular orchestra returning to town for its third visit.

Kammerorchester de Europa will perform at Weymouth Bay Church on Sunday, March 11 at 3pm.

The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded in 2006 in Cologne, Germany, and engages talented young musicians from 18 European nations.

The outstanding artistic level is demonstrated by its many performances at concerts and festivals throughout the continent, as well as by critical acclaim. Since its inception the Chamber Philharmonic Europe has been built upon a broad range of professional experience. The orchestra aims also to provide promising artists the opportunity for further development in its various sections.

There is little opportunity in Weymouth to hear a small orchestra; this concert consists of a popular mixture of baroque and more modern music.

The programme features, as soloists, Cyrill Gussarov, in the Albinoni trumpet Concerto Saint Marc, and Michel Gershwin in the violin concerto in E major, by J S Bach. Both musicians have established careers as soloists, and chamber musicians.

Orchestral pieces are Vivaldi’s Concerto in G minor, Suk’s Serenade for Strings, Opus 6 and one of Holst’s Suites for String Orchestra.

Tickets are £15 at the door, with reductions for families and children. (This is included in the subscription to the music club)

See weymouthmusic.org for more details or phone 01305 770820.