An evening of musical gems is promised in St Mary’s Church, Dymock, near Ledbury.

And the flavour of the evening will be very much Baroque.

On Saturday September 7, beginning at 7.30pm, the internationally acclaimed Ensemble Moliere will be joined by soprano Lauren Lodge-Campbell “to present baroque delights in the themes of love, nature and mythology”.

A spokesman said: “The programme entitled ‘The Wind of Change’ will feature local musician, Alice Earll baroque violin, Kate Conway viola de gamba and Satoko Doi-Luck harpsichord.

"Ensemble Molière was formed by participants of the Dartington International Summer School and is based in London with performers from Japan, the UK, Germany and Australia.

"The ensemble have performed throughout the UK and Europe; including performances at the MAfestival fringe in Brugge and the Oudemuziek fringe in Utrecht. 2017 has seen the ensemble make their debut at the London Festival of Baroque Music as part of their Future Artists Scheme and compete as finalists in the International Young Artists Competition at the York Early Music Festival. The ensemble has also premiered their first cross art opera project Pygmalion."

It's been a rather busy time for the ensemble as of late.

The spokesman added: "Ensemble Molière has been invited to perform live on BBC3 In Tune with highlights from Pygmalion and also their spoken word and music programme, 'Medicine and Mortality'. They have also recorded their first EP, a collection of French baroque dance movements entitled, 'Dance Sweets',

Tickets are available on either 07891 254372 or 01531 890676 and at the door on the night.