INTERNATIONAL musicians from far afield will be bringing classical music to West Kilbride this weekend - featuring Brahms and familiar melodies from the Nutcracker.

The Coffee Cadenzas concert series returns at the Barony Centre at 10.15am on Saturday, November 25 - with classical music on the menu with talented performers from Argentina to China.

Ugne Virzonyte and Karolina Kubaikova are a newly established Lithuanian and Czech-Canadian piano and violin duo, and have performed in 40 countries throughout their solo careers.

Karolina an Ugne will embark on a mini tour of Scotland to celebrate their fresh chamber partnership which they are excited to be bringing to West Kilbride.

The programme for Saturday also features the Einheit Trio - Gil Duarte from Argentina, Mariia Zhuravlova from Ukraine, and Jiayang Song from China - all of whom play the piano and are students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

A Coffee Cadenzas spokesperson said: "Join us from 10.15am at The Barony Centre to hear a Piano Trio and a Violin Piano Duo from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, featuring beautiful Brahms and familiar melodies from the Nutcracker."