ENJOY the celebratory and soulful music of Jewish eastern Europe and beyond with the acclaimed London Klezmer Quartet as they arrive in Dorset for one special performance with Artsreach.

A truly dynamic group of performers, the band’s deep understanding of klezmer, the celebratory and soulful music of eastern European Jews, is reflected in their exuberant, passionate and captivating performances.

They bring their unique music to Frampton near Dorchester on Friday, September 29.

Songs and melodies from their latest album, To the Tavern, cover life's essentials: food, drink and love. The group's spirited and soulful performances of new and old melodies on violin, clarinet, accordion and double bass, and their tales of musicians' lives and times will take you on an unforgettable musical journey.

Formed in 2009, the band has produced four well-received toe-tapping and tear-filled CDs and has toured extensively in the UK, as well as performing in Australia, Germany, Latvia, New Zealand and Switzerland. LKQ has also appeared on BBC TV, and several times on BBC Radio 3 & 6.

Playing an eclectic mix of lively and soulful tunes, the band features some the most in-demand performers on the UK klezmer scene; classically-trained Ilana Cravitz (fiddle), Susi Evans (clarinet), Carol Isaacs (accordion), and Indra Buraczewska (double bass).

Their arrival in Dorset launches the new Artsreach autumn performance programme.

*Klemzer Quartet, Frampton Village Hall, Friday, September 29, 7.30pm. Tickets and information from 01300 320607 or online at artsreach.co.uk