THE last of Carnegie Hall's 'Music on Sundays' concert sessions comes to an end this weekend.

Brass Tracks are the quintent finishing the season in style on Sunday as they aim to give new life and theatre into music which has either been forgotten, played in different contexts or never had a chance to have a life in the first place.

Brass Tracks is a professional chamber group, dedicated to making brass music from throughout the ages accessible to audiences young and old, by performing music from the Renaissance period to the present day. 

The band was formed as a brass quintet in May 2013 by trumpeters Finlay Hetherington and John Sampson. 

The members come from varied musical backgrounds including theatre, orchestral and chamber music. 

Since they formed, the group has performed at various interesting venues including Glasgow Central Station, as part of Virgin Trains’ Live at Central concert series. 

They have recorded on a new album by Fish, who was the former front man of Marillion and they led the ceremony for Fife Sports Awards and performed at Edinburgh’s 2014 Festival Fringe.

The concert starts at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £10 (£1 Students and unemployed) are available from the Carnegie Hall box office on 01383 602302, or at the door.