A SUMMER concert of Chamber Music is to be held in Inkberrow this Sunday, June 17.
Chameleon Wind Ensemble will be performing with pianist Alastair Moseley in St Peter’s Church, in the village at 5pm.
A wide variety of music is promised including pieces by Mozart and Poulenc.
The Chameleon Wind Ensemble was formed in 2010 by a group of local players, the majority of whom are instrumental teachers – plus one lawyer.
They are Helen Foster, flute; Helen Green, oboe; Claire Burnell, horn; Simon Grew, clarinet and Richard Tattam on bassoon.
There is no admission charge but there will be a retiring collection in aid of St Peter’s .