Ayr's classical music extravaganza is set to continue with another concert at Ayr Town Hall.

The world premiere event is another addition to this year's classical music line-up in the town, with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra also hosting its "Viennese New Year Event" on October 5.

New Cumnock composer, Jay Capperauld, will hear his latest piece The Origin of Colour opening the 50th anniversary concert by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on Wednesday, October 4, in Ayr Town Hall at 7.30pm, under the baton of principal conductor, Maxim Emelyanychev. 

It is the first of four concerts in the 35th Ayr Concert Series arranged by volunteers from Ayr Arts Guild, which is also celebrating its golden jubilee this year. 

The concert continues with Bruch's Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola and, after the interval, concludes with Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, known as the 'Eroica'. 

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The tickets are subsidiased by Destination South Ayrshire, Ayr Arts Guild and the Scottish Children's Lottery Trust. 

To celebrate this double golden jubilee, 100 young musicians and parents/carers have been invited free of charge to hear a live professional orchestral concert, mostly for the first time in their life, through the joint co-operation of colleagues in the South Ayrshire Council Instrumental Music Service. 

Tickets at 2019 prices are now available from The Gaiety, Tel: 01292 288 235, open Tuesday to Friday, 10am - 4pm; Saturday 10am - 1pm, Circle: Adults £25; Stalls: Adults £20; Students, Under 26s, unemployed £6; under 18s £3. 

There may be some tickets available on the door.