The autumn season of concerts at Burnett's Hill Chapel starts in the first week of October with a visit from London-based quartet Tell Tale Tusk.

An award-winning folk ensemble, Tell Tale Tusk specialise in spellbinding three-part vocal harmonies woven around melodious

instrumentals to create a take on folk that is bold and original.

As well as being inventive interpreters and skilful arrangers of music from the British Isles, the Tusks are prolific writers, adding their

distinctive and astute voices to modern day folksong.

The ensemble has grown and developed together over the years, emerging first as an a capella trio, before collecting a fiddle

player and an occasional cellist and setting hands upon new instruments to explore and expand their palette.

Their highly collaborative process and different musical backgrounds – including classical and klezmer – inform the diverse

styles and varied sounds that can be heard within their music.

The band plays regularly at top London venues such as The Green Note and Le Qucumber and has two acclaimed Glastonbury appearances to its name.

Tell Tale Tusk will be at Burnett's Hill on Wednesday, October 2, at 7.30pm. Tickets are £12 from 01646 651725 or from Main Street Music in Pembroke.