They dress in MacLeod tartan kilts, and their clan includes bagpipers, Scottish drummers, and Highland dancers.
The kilts refer to the Scottish Presbyterian heritage of the college, in Wooster, Ohio.
Called “the finest small college band in the land,” the symphonic Scots are completing a tour that has led from Cleveland, OH, to Rochester, NY, and St. Albans City, VT.
Showtime is 7 pm in the church at 57 E. Park Place, across from the historic Morristown Green.
Admission is free; goodwill donations are gladly accepted by the church.
Founded in 1866 about an hour south of Cleveland, the College of Wooster is a liberal arts school of about 2,000 students known for mentored undergraduate research. Fully one-third of Wooster students participate in at least one musical ensemble, while a third compete on a varsity team and one quarter participate in theater or dance.