BBC Young Musician winner Sheku Kanneh-Mason and his siblings may be the most musically talented family in the country. But the Halls family also have good reason to be proud of their musical accomplishments.

Pianist and harpsichordist David Halls is director of music at Salisbury Cathedral, his daughter Caroline is a sought-after soprano who sings regularly in St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey, and her uncle Steven is a cellist.

They have never performed together publicly but on Saturday, October 26, at 7.30pm, they will finally walk out on stage with their violinist friend, Daphne Moody, to give a concert in Rickmansworth Baptist Church organised by Three Rivers Music Society.

The idea for the concert came from Steven Halls, who recently retired as chief executive of Three Rivers District Council.

He said: “It’s something that I have always hoped we could do together but it’s not been possible until now. We’ve all had such busy schedules.”

Caroline Halls will open the concert with two much-loved arias from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and St John Passion. These will be followed by Dvorák’s Piano Trio No. 1 in B flat.

As Steven Halls was chairman of the national Elgar Society for 11 years it is perhaps inevitable that works by the great English composer will also feature in the concert programme.

He said: “The four Elgar songs that Caroline will sing have only been sung publicly once since the 19th century, so they are the true novelties. We will also be playing three piano trio movements found in the Elgar archives that have been adapted for piano, violin and cello. They are personal favourites of mine.”

The concert will be held at the Baptist Church, High Street, Rickmansworth. It will begin at 7.30pm (15-minute talk on the concert programme from 7pm). Tickets are £16 with free entry for under-25s.