LIVE music will fill West Barns Village Hall later this month as the latest stop in a nationwide concert initiative.

Glasgow-based four-piece Scots Baroque perform in the county as part of the Scotland on Tour series.

The group’s music is rooted in the baroque period but they also experiment with folk and contemporary.

Aaron McGregor, from Scots Baroque, was looking forward to the concert on August 27.

He said: “It’s fantastic to be getting out and performing as a group thanks to Scotland on Tour; it’s a great initiative that is helping to revive the live music scene in Scotland.

“We can’t wait to perform for the community in West Barns this summer.”

Individually, the collective’s members perform with ensembles such as Dunedin Consort, Concerto Caledonia, Academy of Ancient Music, Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment, and Les Musiciens de Saint Julien.

The performance is the latest concert in a 12-month series which started in April, with more than 120 artists performing at more than 100 venues across the country.

The Scotland on Tour project, created and managed by Active Events, received £750,000 from the Scottish Government and focuses on increasing the number of opportunities to showcase live music in cities, towns, villages and rural communities.

Alan Gray, booking co-ordinator at West Barns Village Hall, said: “We are excited to bring the unique sound of Scots Baroque to West Barns.

“This will be a fantastic evening with four outstanding musicians.

“We are also pleased to announce that the Big Blu Pizza Van will be with us 6-7.30pm for pre-gig pizzas.”

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