“My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go,” the poet Robert Burns said of his native Scotland. The music of the Highlands annually fills the air at a Scottish music weekend in Kansas City that’s the biggest such event in North America. Competing this year was 16-year-old Griffin Hall of Overland Park. The competition was held at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza at 4445 Main St.
“My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go,” the poet Robert Burns said of his native Scotland. The music of the Highlands annually fills the air at a Scottish music weekend in Kansas City that’s the biggest such event in North America. Competing this year was 16-year-old Griffin Hall of Overland Park. The competition was held at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza at 4445 Main St. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
“My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go,” the poet Robert Burns said of his native Scotland. The music of the Highlands annually fills the air at a Scottish music weekend in Kansas City that’s the biggest such event in North America. Competing this year was 16-year-old Griffin Hall of Overland Park. The competition was held at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza at 4445 Main St. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star

You can almost hear the Highlands: Scottish music thrives throughout area

January 20, 2015 05:35 PM

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