A QUARTET of musicians with impressive pedigree will come together in Rhyl and combine their expertise on the works of Haydn, Britten, Mendelssohn and more.

Rhyl Music Club's (RMC) 2019-20 International Concert Series will welcome the Victoria String Quartet on Wednesday, February 19 at 7.30pm.

The Victoria String Quartet unites some of the most experienced chamber musicians in the UK - including violinists Benedict Holland and Catherine Yates, cellist Jennifer Langridge and violist Susie Mészáros - who between them have performed with The Chilingirian Quartet, The Sorrel Quartet and Psappha Ensemble to name but a few.

A spokesperson for RMC, said: "String quartets always bring out the best of the Town Hall acoustic and the Victoria will exploit that to the full. Brimful of pedigree and experience, the Manchester based group comprises four stand-out musicians in their field.

"Each member has taken lead roles in other chamber ensembles and they also share impressive credentials in solo work, leading orchestras and sections in opera and symphony orchestras, broadcasting and teaching.

"Since their inaugural concert in 2017, they have garnered an enviable calendar of recitals and workshops and the breadth of their work and immersion in every aspect of a musician’s life always promises performance and perspective of a rare quality."

Tickets are priced are priced at £15 available on the door or from rhylmusic.com.