A charity concert is poised to raise the roof at Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom at the weekend.
The event, Musical Heartbeat, will raise cash for Home Start, which supports parents and families with young children, and the North East Scotland Music School (Nesms), which offers music tuition to people who otherwise might not be able to afford it.
The concert has been organised by retired teacher Morag Simpson, her former pupil Liam Dyker, and friend Jean Webster.
Music will kick off at 2.30pm on Sunday following refreshments at 2pm.
The afternoon promises “something for everyone” with a percussion ensemble, piano solos and duets, clarsach and violin players, Zumba dancing, vocal solos and choirs all lined up.
It will also see the first public performance of a song penned by Aberdeen University student Liam Dyker, of Peterculter, in memory of his friend and neighbour David Christie, who died of cancer.
The song will be performed by a four-part choir and Liam will sing a solo.
To purchase tickets please contact Morag on 07818 464546 or Jean on 01224 310923.