YORK Late Music welcomes the Atéa Wind Quintet to the St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York, for a 7.30pm programme of Antiques, Curios and Grotesques on Saturday.

The world premiere of the latest Late Music commission, Angela Slater's Sun Catcher, will be the climax to an evening of Gary Carpenter's Antiques And Curios; Thea Musgrave's Wind Quintet; Berio's Opus Number Zoo; Ligeti's Six Bagatelles; the world premiere of David Lancaster's Grotesques, Book 2, and Harrison Birtwistle's Five Distances For Five Instruments.

Slater and Lancaster give a pre-concert talk at 6.45pm, with a complimentary glass of wine or juice for tickets holders. Tickets cost £10, concessions £8, at latemusic.org