A performance by the German group, Deep Schrott, the only all-bass saxophone quartet in the world will take place on Wednesday, November 18, at the Goethe-Institut in Accra.
The group comprises Andreas Kaling, Wollie Kaiser, Jan Klare and Dirk Raulf.
Well known internationally as instrumentalists and composers, the group will also engage in a jam session with some Ghanaian saxophonists including Sax Borsah, Felix Arhin, Moses Batintora, Elorm Akorlor and Clement Cudjoe.
The four German saxophonists have devoted themselves exclusively to the tonal and technical possibilities of the bass saxophone.
Apart from being good at improvisation, the group is also capable of thrilling audiences with heavy metal music and light melodies.
The concert is being supported by the Goethe-Institut in Accra.