The Scottish Chamber Orchestra brings its 'Lark Ascending' programme to Largs tonight.

From the haunting to the life-affirming, this concert features Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending, Britten's Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Pärt's Cantus In Memoriam Benjamin Britten and Beethoven's Symphony No 1.

Isabelle van Keulen is director and violinist for the Barrfields Theatre performance which starts at 7.30pm.

The sypnosis reads: "Vaughan Williams' Lark leads the way, soaring effortlessly into the skies before Britten takes potshots at the waltz (and a host of other European standards) in a warm tribute to his teacher.

"After Pärt's haunting elegy to Britten, it's time for Beethoven to flex his creative muscles in his very first symphony. It may owe a debt to Haydn, but there's a constant undertow of originality, an undeniable sense of greater things to come."

Tickets available on the door, and under 18s go free.

For more details, go here: The Lark Ascending | Scottish Chamber Orchestra