Renowned musicians are set to perform a diverse programme at a historic theatre this month.

The BBC Concert Orchestra Brass Ensemble will grace Great Yarmouth's St George’s Theatre on June 14, rocking its beamed roof with a blend of melodies and fanfares from composers including Bach, Poulenc, Sondheim, and Gershwin.

This all-encompassing musical journey will traverse two continents and four centuries.

A heartfelt homage to Bramwell Tovey, the late principal conductor of the BBC Concert Orchestra, will be performed by the ensemble, conducted by Richard Ward.

They will present his composition, Deo Gloria.

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Debbie Thompson, the theatre's director, expressed her excitement for the upcoming performance.

Mrs Thompson said: “This is an amazing opportunity for people in Yarmouth to hear top-class musicians at the peak of their powers performing a truly accessible programme.

"And there could be no better venue for this music across the ages than our beautiful 300-year-old building.”

The concert begins at 7pm on June 14.

To secure a seat, visit the St George’s Theatre website for tickets.