CARNEGIE Hall’s final concert in their Music on Sundays series takes place this weekend.

The series concludes with a performance by the Atholl Duo, comprising Lee Holland and Glynn Forrest, a former Woodmill High School pupil.

They will play in the studio this Sunday, 10 years after meeting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.

Both are successful performers in their own right and passionate about chamber music. Born in London, Lee currently freelances with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of Scottish Opera.

He performs regularly with the Monzani trio, Rachel Spencer (Violin) and Feargus Egan (Cello) and the Holland Savaloni Duo with Sasha Savaloni on guitar. Through her enthusiasm for bringing music to the widest range of people, she sits on the board of Enterprise Music Scotland.

Glynn is now a Glasgow-based freelance percussionist who graduated in 2013. He's worked with Rednote ensemble, the Pavel Haas Quartet and the Auricle ensemble. He has also performed as a soloist, including a performance of Rory Boyle’s marimba concerto with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as part of the RCS/BBC SSO concerto masterclass.

The concert is at 7.30pm in the Carnegie Hall Studio. Tickets are £11 (students/unemployed £1) and are available at the box office on 01383 602302 or at the door.