THIS Friday evening, The Lux Aeterna String Quartet will be giving a recital at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone, in the heart of the new city.
The quartet formed in September 2009, while members were studying at Trinity College of Music.
Since then they have performed at events all over the UK, and regularly host their own concerts in support of a number of charities.
Tomorrow’s show is entitled Sepia Memories.
The programme will include a varied repertoire including Karl Jenkins, Dvorak, Ravel, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Philip Glass.
A new work written by the first violinist of the quartet, Beth Georgiou, who herself grew up here in the new city, will also feature.
The show will begin at 7pm and tickets are on sale at £8, falling to £3 for children.
For more information on Lux Aeterna, head to www.luxaeterne.me.uk