The business, which has operations in Aberdeen, Shetland, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, is sponsoring the Blackburn with Darwen Music Service Big Band at the popular summer festival, which runs to August 11.
The performance, led by musical director Paul J Rigby, an acclaimed jazz musician, is being held on Tuesday, August 7 (2012) at The Douglas Hotel, Market Street, Aberdeen.
The Big Band was set up in order to encourage young musicians to develop their talents. They have performed at many events throughout the UK and internationally; playing a wide-ranging repertoire from Van Morrison to Amy Winehouse and from Herbie Hancock to Henry Mancini.
Tom Flockhart, managing director of Capital Document Solutions, said: "Each year we select an event to sponsor and it has been a very worthwhile venture for us. The young musicians involved in the International Youth Festival are truly remarkable talents."
The performance begins at 8pm on Tuesday, August 7. Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £7 for concessions and £2.50 for under-16s.
Tickets are available from Aberdeen Box Office, or alternatively, can be bought at the door on the evening of the show.
Aberdeen International Youth Festival (www.aiyf.org) is one of the world's biggest celebrations of youth arts. AIYF showcases the very best in the performing arts, theatre, dance, world music, opera, orchestras and jazz from around the world.
Capital Document Solutions has also supported a series of Royal Scottish National Orchestra events. Capital and the RSNO have worked in partnership since 2008.
Capital Document Solutions provides a range of office document and print solutions including copiers, printers, scanners and software with comprehensive national maintenance and training support.
For more information about Capital Document Solutions visit www.capital-solutions.co.uk.