A set of sisters from Biggleswade will be promising a night full of comedy, theatre and music to be influenced by the audience.
Likened to André Rieu, sisters Ortal and Gavriella Goldman take you on a musical journey where you will hear familiar classical music in a way you have never heard (nor seen) before.
The Goldman Sisters aim to create a fun, welcoming atmosphere with a joie de vivre that is impossible to resist.
Their performances are suitable for all ages, whether you have never attended a concert or are a seasoned concert goer.
“We are so excited to be performing our new show in our home town’, says Gavriella. ‘It is unlike anything we have ever done before.
“As there is no set programme, every performance will be different and the audience will be a part of it in a way that is very rare.
“We are not going to ask anyone to get up on stage with us, which can often be scary for people but rather, we will be close up, breaking barriers between us, creating a special experience together.”
Musical Mystery Tour is the latest in the Goldman Sisters’ catalogue of hugely successful music shows.
It was created and is performed by Gavriella and Ortal Goldman, teachers at Biggleswade’s Renaissance Music School.
They are both renowned, prize winning musicians and actors, playing Violin and French Horn.
Since their critically acclaimed show Piano Recital (Piano Not Included) was premiered at the Brighton Fringe Festival in 2009, they have been touring the country, filling halls and delighting audiences with their fresh take on classical music performances.
It takes place at Trinity Methodist Church on Saturday March 18 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £12 for adults and £8 for children aged up to 16. For further details or to book tickets in advance call 01767 601404.