AWARD-WINNING cellist Natalie Clein, pictured, plays a Haydn concerto with Manchester Camerata in a Freddy Bond memorial concert at Kelham Hall on Sunday.
Promoted by Newark Music Club, the programme includes Mozart's genial Symphony No 29 in A major, Samuel Barber's Adagio for strings and pieces by Handel and Elgar. Newark Palace Theatre has tickets.
At Holme Pierrepont Hall on Sunday, Musica Donum Dei are staging A Merry Wassail – Music from Christmas Past at 2.30pm and by candlelight at 6.30pm.
Their celebration features a Christmas symphony, together with dances from John Playford and Latin and English carols. Tickets from Windblowers.
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Nottingham Albert Hall will present its own carol concert at 2.45pm on Sunday with the Choir of St Mary's, High Pavement under John Keys. A pre-concert lunch is on offer – call 0115 950 0411.
At Patchings Art Centre, Calverton on Sunday evening, Richard Roddis directs the Sinfonia Chorale in seasonal music and readings (booking: 0115 965 3479). The mixed voices of the Chorale give a Christmas charity concert at West Bridgford Methodist Church next Tuesday (booking: 0115 960 6236).
Dvorak's New World Symphony will be performed on Sunday in the Great Hall by the University of Nottingham Sinfonia, along with Mendelssohn's Hebrides overture and Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite No 1.
At the Lakeside Recital Hall on Thursday, singer and fiddler Sianed Jones joins the players of Joglaresa in Blow Northern Wynde: a mix of medieval, Celtic and Welsh carols.