With just time to draw breath between what has been the most successful Three Choirs Festival I can remember in 35 years - Worcester can be well proud of itself - and yet another mouthwatering Presteigne Festival, musical events still continue in our region.
Tomorrow night sees the world-famous cellist Julian Lloyd Webber bringing the English Chamber Orchestra to Malvern (7.30pm). His programme includes Tchaikovsky's elegant Rococo Variations for Cello and Orchestra as well as the composer's little-known Nocturne for the same forces.
Mozart's delicious Symphony no.33 in B-flat rounds off a programme which begins with a work by Malvern's most famous resident, bracing with the air of its ancient hills: the Introduction and Allegro for Strings by Elgar. All details on 01684 892277.
On Sunday comes the concluding recital in this year's charming series "Celebrating English Song" in the gracious Georgian church of the canalside village of Tardebigge.
The much-acclaimed Simon Lepper is the pianist in a programme which includes works by non-Brits Samuel Barber and Percy Grainger, the Scot Judith Weir, folksong settings by Benjamin Britten, and the premiere of Graham Lloyd's arrangement for voice and piano of Songs of Eternity and Sorrow by Ian Venables. All details on 01527 872422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An attractive programme of music composed for the Potsdam court of Frederick the Great is on offer at Worcester's Friends Meeting House on Wednesday (7.30pm). "Music for the Prussian King" is presented by baroque flautist Clare Beesley and harpsichordist Micaela Schmitz,with details on 01905 611427.