Sounds Historical is bringing a performance of The Bird Fancyer’s Delight to St Edburg's Church in Bicester.

The concert, which will take place this Sunday (February 25), will involve 30 different instruments, exploring a range of bird-inspired works by composers across several centuries.

The performance will visit the works of Byrd, Morley, Couperin, Arne, Poglietti, Monteclair, Orme, Simpson, Zahnhausen and Van Eyck.

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It is set to explore these pieces from the early Renaissance through to the Baroque (and beyond) by utilising the range of instruments to weave information, musically, about each composer and their music throughout the concert.

Sounds Historical has pitched the concert as a “entertaining and fascinating” exploration of birdsong.

The concert will start at 3.30pm and tickets can be purchased via TicketSource.