IF you're planning to travel between the Borders and Edinburgh this weekend, listen out for a musical duo at Galashiels Interchange and on the train.

To celebrate National Chamber Music Day 2017, the McOpera Oboe Duo will perform some music on the move on the 9.54am service from Edinburgh Waverley to Galashiels on Saturday, September 16.

The pair, made up of Paul Chamberlain (Accordion) and Michael Haywood (Clarinet and Saxophone) played in the town's Interchange last year, and will return again for a half-hour impromptu performance between 11.30am and midday.

If you miss their music, there's also a chance to catch a tune or two on the 1:36pm train from Galashiels back up to Edinburgh Waverley.

Martin Neilson, chairman of Melrose Music Society said: "The performance in Galashiels Interchange is free for the general public to enjoy, please do pop along and have a listen. At last year's event, one lady wrote in to say she had enjoyed it so much she missed three buses."

The performance is one of 30 organised by Enterprise Music Scotland that are taking place in public spaces across the country to celebrate chamber music in Scotland.

This year, National Chamber Music Day is going Green to explore themes of environment, conservation and carbon footprint.

Ensemble Karmana will also fill Peebles with the sound of chamber music with a performance in Peebles Community Garden on Saturday from 12pm until 1pm.