IT'S a match made in heaven.

One of the region's most atmospheric venues is hosting one of the country's most captivating traditional trios.

The Jenny Sturgeon Trio will play at The Haining near Selkirk this week (Wednesday, March 20).

Jenny's music is rich with imagery and her songs are bound together by common threads of folklore, history and the connection people have with the outdoors.

Having trained as a biologist her enthusiasm for nature and wild places effortlessly creeps in to all of her work.

With her three solo records under her belt - Source To Sea, From The Skein and The Wren and The Salt Air - Jenny is currently working on her next album, which is a collection of songs inspired by Nan Shepherd's book 'The Living Mountain'.

Jenny’s music is regularly played on BBC Radio Scotland, Radio 3, Radio 6 Music, Radio 2, and Radio Nan Gaidheal - including being featured as artist of the week and doing live sessions for Travelling Folk and BBC Radio 3.

She's a talent not to be missed, especially in a setting like the Haining.

The Jenny Colgan Trio also features Jonny Hardie (Old Blind Dogs) and Charlie McKerron (Capercaillie, Session A9),

Tickets, priced at £12.50, are on sale at the Scott's Selkirk Shop.