SCO Tartan Lambswool Scarf
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Kinloch Anderson, foremost experts in Highland Dress since 1868, and the SCO have been in partnership since 2014.
The story behind the tartan design is one of legacy. The sett, which is the technical term for the particular pattern of stripes in a tartan, is based on the Ferguson clan tartan to represent the legacy of Sir Charles Mackerras and his relationship with the SCO. His lasting influence on the players continues to shine through on the platform. There is a strong prominence of the MacDonald clan tartan to represent Donald and Louise MacDonald, who have generously supported and been the lifeblood of the Orchestra since the early 1980s. Another strong influence comes from the Maxwell clan tartan to represent the SCO’s commitment to the creation of new music through their long-standing relationship with composer Sir Peter Maxwell Davies.