EDINGTON Arts are offering a mouth-watering weekend of Bach to mark the return of their concert series after the summer.

On Saturday, October 2 at 7.30pm the brilliant Oxford Bach Soloists and instrumental ensemble under their director Tom Hammond Davies will perform a programme which includes the Brandenburg Concerto No.2, in its original for six instruments and for horn rather than trumpet.

Look forward also to Cantata No. 96, written for the 18th Sunday after Trinity which falls on October 3, Telemann’s cantata on the same theme, and other jewels.

The following day, Sunday, October 3, festival organisers are delighted to host pianist Libby Burgess’ mammoth fundraising tour de force, Project 48, covering England's 48 counties.

For an hour on Sunday afternoon, starting at 2.30pm, she will play the 24 Preludes and Fugues from Book One of the Well-Tempered Klavier.

This will be the first leg of her Wiltshire stop; she aims to perform all 48 pieces in 48 performances in the 48 counties of England. She is raising funds for musical charities; Help Musicians, Live Music Now, Future Talent and Youth Music.

Tickets for the Oxford Bach Soloists on October 3 are £20/15/10 as usual, and £10 for Libby Burgess on Sunday.

There will be a 10 per cent discount if you buy a combined ticket for both concerts and Edington Angels will have their 10 per cent discount on top. 18 and under are free.

Email sue@edingtonarts.org or call Chrissy on 01380 831256 to secure your seats.