Acclaimed a cappella group Black Voices will be performing at Malvern College.

The Birmingham-based quintet will be in town to raise money for Water Aid in Africa and the Summanahali Care Home in Bangalore, India, at the college on Friday, March 23.

Black Voices was established in 1988 and performs music ranging from slave songs through blues and gospel to contemporary jazz. They have performed all over the world, for people such as Nelson Mandela, and at prestigious events like the BBC Proms in 1998. They have also had their own a cappella series on BBC Radio Two.

Water Aid is a specialist development charity working to help some of the poorest communities in Africa and Asia provide themselves with a safe water supply close to home. The Sumannahali project is a home in India for people and families affected by HIV/AIDS, helping the sick and dying in the region. Money raised will go directly to the charity's short stay home, to give people shelter.

The concert will begin at 7.30pm in the Big School. Tickets are £5, available from the college on 01684 581500.