If you love classical music, then you will love the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne.
The German ensemble go by the motto "Classical music the world over" which aims to get the whole world loving that style of music.
They'll try to do just that when they perform at the Ss Peter and Paul's Old Cathedral on Monday, February 18 from 8pm.
Founded in Cologne, the ensemble play at around 300 concerts a year around the globe with their talented musicians.
The members are Sergey Didorenko on the violin, Adrian Pulido Bautista on the oboe and Dmitri Gornowsky on the violoncello.
The ensemble sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Centre have a wide repertoire and often perform music written by famous composers Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Vivaldi and Sergei Prokofieff.
The event is for one night only so head over Ss Peter and Paul's Old Cathedral on Monday, February 18 from 8pm and allow the three musicians entertain you with classical music for a couple of hours.