Ian MacKenzie Memorial Concert
Traditional and original music concert by Talitha MacKenzie featuring Gaelic song from the School of Scottish Studies Archives.
About Ian MacKenzie Memorial Concert
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Traditional and original music by Talitha MacKenzie, featuring Gaelic song from the School of Scottish Studies Archives (University of Edinburgh), where her husband, Ian MacKenzie, was Head of the Photographic Archive at the School of Scottish Studies for nearly 25 years, until his passing a decade ago. Talitha will be accompanied by acclaimed musicians Fraser Fifield (whistle, saxophone, kaval, percussion), Graeme Stephen (guitar) and Mario Caribe (double bass).
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