Music by composers spanning 400 years is to be served up by chamber choir Cantemus in Spalding Parish Church on Saturday (7.30pm).
Conductor Eric Wayman has put together a first-half programme including music by Lotti, Purcell, Glinka, Stanford and Biebl.
Music from the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries will be brought up to date with the inclusion of Requiem and Te deum by contemporary composer John Rutter.
Accompanying will be an instrumental ensemble including Moulton cellist and Cantemus member Glenis Malkin, organist Stephen Barber and treble soloist, Spalding Parish Church’s head chorister, Dominic Felts.
Admission is £10, students free, available from Cantemus members, Calthrops Solicitors in Spalding or on the door.