What would happen if Mozart were to find himself in the back streets of Buenos Aires, exploring the tango clubs and bars?

Perhaps his powdered wig would fall off, with all that dancing and the cultural disconnect?

Or perhaps his own music would take on a South American flavour and he'd fit in just fine, after all?

This Friday February14 at 7.30pm, following a pre-concert talk at 6.45pm, these strange and stirring concepts might be test somewhat at Pershore Number 8.

A spokesman said: "Argentina-born bandoneonist Eduardo Garcia’s own tango-influenced music is inspired by the life-changing journeys of those seeking a new life in the Americas.

"Cinematic, nostalgic, and brimming with virtuosity, this concert showcases the distinctive flavours of South America … and Vienna! The Orchestra of the Swan is proud to be presenting the premier of Garcia’s new triple concerto in this concert."

The concert, called appropriately enough, Orchestra of the Swan: Mozart in Buenos Aires, will feature Mozart 's Divertimento in D; Piazzolla – Michelangelo 70; Eduardo Garcia – Triple Concerto for Bandoneon, Violin & Cello; Piazzolla – Oblivion; Piazzolla – Libertango, and that perennial favourite, Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.

Director and violinist will be David Le Page, with Eduardo Garcia on the bandoneon - what else?

The Orchestra of the Swan will also be performing at Number 8 again, on March 20, so that's a diary date for fans, with more details nearer the time.

Tickets and further details concerning this week's show: 01386 555488.