HAWICK Music Club's hugely impressive season continues next week with the arrival of The Atholl Duo.

With Lee Holland on flute and percussionist Glynn Forrest on marimba the duo will perform on the afternoon of Sunday, November 18.

Lee is conducting her own research in the field of performance psychology and the performing arts in conjunction with Edinburgh University.

She already has her Bachelor of Music [Hons] and a Masters of Music in performance with Distinction from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and amongst many other prizes and scholarship award successes received the post graduate Musicians Benevolent award.

Currently as a freelance orchestral player Lee performs and works with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of Scottish Opera.

He broadcasts have included a performance of contemporary composer Charlotte Seithers solo work Seul avec des Ombres, for a pre prom concert on BBC Radio 3.

And her recent performances have included a tour of India with the European Concert Orchestra, and supporting the Coldplay at the Global Citizen Festival in 2016.

Lee is a passionate Chamber musician and performs regularly with Monzani trio.

Not to be outdone Glynn graduated from the Royal Conservatoire in 2013.

While there his main focus of study was orchestral percussion, studying under Kurt-Hans Goedicke and John Poulter.

He also received regular tuition from New York Philharmonic principal percussionist Chris Lamb, international marimba artist Eric Sammut and widely regarded session musician Dave Hassel.

During his studies Glynn was the winner of orchestral apprentices with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra of Scottish Opera, which resulted in professional work with those orchestras, among others that he continues to enjoy.

Glynn is a keen chamber musician - as well as the Atholl Duo, he has worked with Rednote ensemble, The Pavel Haas Quartet, and Auricle ensemble.

The Atholl Duo's concert programme in Hawick begins with CPE Bach, Hamburger Sonata, then continues with Gabriel Faure -Morceau de concours; Keike Abe-Michi Solo Marimba and Bele Bartok-Suite Paysanne Hongroise.

Following the interval the programme continues with Jean Michel Damase Pantomimes, Wake Up and the classic Astor Piazzolas’ Histoire du Tango.

Tickets for non-members, priced at £10 and free for under 18s, are available from Heart of Hawick box office or by calling 01450 360688.

The concert in the Heart of Hawick starts at 2.30pm.