A couple who play classical music on the instruments it was written for will be performing a free concert at St Michael's church in Sittingbourne High Street this Saturday.
Flutes and Frets, comprising Beth Stone and Daniel Murphy, will be playing music from the Renaissance period up to the present from 11am.
Catherine Orton, who booked the pair, said: "I'm really excited to welcome this duo. They play old and modern music on old and modern instruments!"
Beth will be playing the Baroque flute, the Renaissance flute and the modern flute but not necessarily at the same time. Daniel will be playing the theorbo, the lute and the modern guitar.
After first collaborating at the Royal College of Music in London the pair founded Flutes and Frets in March last year to show off the versatility of the combination of flute and plucked instruments playing together.
Beth said: "Our aim is to play music on the instruments they were originally composed for. We do this by exploring a wide repertoire."
The pair have played recitals at the London International Early Music Festival, Lichfield Young Artists Concert Series and the National Gallery.
They were awarded first prize in the 2021 La Follia Nuova International Chamber Music Competition and were recently selected as a Brighton Early Music Festival Live! ensemble for the 2022/23 season. Both are members of the new BREMF Medieval Ensemble.
Although the concert is free, there will be a collection at the end.