Do you have a budding classical music fan in your family?
Orpheus Sinfonia is performing a special "murder mystery meets introduction to the orchestra" concert on London's Southbank that's perfect for all ages.
A collaboration between A Series of Unfortunate Events author Lemony Snicket (Daniel Handler) and composer Nathanial Stookey, the concert is an imaginative whodunit, which aims to introduce children to orchestral music through an engaging and amusing narrative.
Performed on Saturday April 16 at 12pm, the London premiere of Nathanial Snookey's The Composer is Dead will include well-known works by Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart and more, as well as the murder mystery theme.
A spokeswoman for the event said: "This is a really unusual piece that aims to introduce children to the classical orchestra, through narration and drama, rather like Peter and the Wolf for a new generation.
"It is also an extremely humorous piece, that will appeal to adults and children alike - adults will enjoy spotting well-known tunes by Mozart, Haydn and Brahms."
The concert is a part of the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition - the world's leading international violin competition for players under 22 - this year the youngest performer is just 10 years old.
All tickets cost £10, and can be booked by calling The Southbank Centre Box Office on 020 7960 4200 or online .
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, Westminster , SE1 8XX - 020 7960 4200