The cream of the University of Aberdeen’s musical talent will be showcased this weekend at its annual gala concert.
A whole host of University music groups, including its Choral Society, Symphony Orchestra and the King's College Chapel Choir will take the stage at the Music Hall on Sunday, November 23 at 7.30pm.
Featuring many ensembles, students and staff of the university, the celebratory evening will culminate in a performance of Carl Orff's work for choir and orchestra, Carmina Burana.
Professor Pete Stollery, Head of Music at the University of Aberdeen said: "As student numbers have continued to grow in recent years, we are fortunate now to have some extremely talented players and singers, and they will all join forces on Sunday night for what promises to be a wonderful occasion.
"To bring so much musical talent together successfully under one roof is always a challenge but we are all looking forward to showcasing the very best in music at the University."
The evening concert, which begins at 7.30pm, will be compered by Professor Chris Gane, Head of the College of Arts and Social Science.
To book your place call Aberdeen Box Office on 01224 641 122 or visit www.boxofficeaberdeen.com