This week’s programme features an edited version of a celebration of the life and work of Archibald Knox held earlier this week.
The concert, at St German’s Cathedral in Peel, marked the 150th anniversary of the Manx-born designer’s birth.
Organised by the Isle of Man Archibald Knox Society, the evening was compered by Charles Guard and featured contributions from the Lieutenant Governor Adam Wood and President of Tynwald Clare Christian, and music from the Cathedral Choir, Caarjyn Cooidjagh and Barrule.
It also saw the premiere of a special composition by harpist Rachel Hair, ‘Eam y Feeaih (The Deer’s Cry)’, which was commissioned by Culture Vannin to mark the anniversary.
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