The Lammermuir Festival comes to a close on Monday, but there are still a host of events taking place this weekend for concert lovers to enjoy.

Tomorrow, Coffee Concert VII takes place at Holy Trinity Church in Haddington at 11am featuring a range of talented musicians.

Maxwell String Quartet take to Aberlady Church at 3pm. The four brilliant musicians are resident artists at this year’s festival and are expected to put on a great show.

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Les nuits d’été and Myrthen is the final performance od the day at 7.30pm at Dirleton Kirk.

Two great song cycles with two outstanding young singers. Berlioz’s Les nuits d’été (Summer Nights) explores different aspects of romantic love in music of exquisite beauty and poise.

On Sunday, The Maxwell Quartet are back in partnership with Roderick Williams at 3pm. One of Britain’s finest baritones, Williams, joins the Maxwells for this wonderful afternoon of English music in Dirleton’s historic kirk.

A performance of Bach Concertos by Mahan Esfahani takes place at 7.30pm in Dunbar Parish Church. The performance is a spectacular tribute to JS Bach’s lavish gifts as a keyboard composer.

The festival comes to a close on Monday with what should be a spectacular performance from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra at St Mary’s Parish Church in Haddington.

The festival’s patron, Steven Osborne, is joined by the BBC SSO and their Chief Conductor Ryan Wigglesworth for the festival’s closing concert.

Tickets for the remaining performances can be purchased on the Lammermuir Festival website.