HAUNTING melodies and a celebration of Scotland are at the heart of a unique musical performance coming to Dunfermline.

Harp player Savourna Stevenson and saxophonist Steve Kettley have known each other for more than 20 years and, since their creative reunion in 2017, have performed at festivals and concerts throughout the UK.

The pair have been celebrated for pulsating rhythms, stirring improvisations and for breaking stylistic barriers.

In August last year, they released their debut CD together, The Wine of Life, and will now be bringing their sound to Viewfield Baptist Church this month.

It's all thanks to the Scotland on Tour initiative, backed by the Scottish Government, which aims to increase live music shows across the country.

Savourna Stevenson said: "Steve and I are really looking forward to performing some of our newest material at Viewfield Baptist Church this February. It was great fun working on our duo album together last year and we can’t wait to play it live to the lovely people of Dunfermline."

Steve Kettley added: “We’ve been working as a duo for around five years now and love to get on the stage and perform together. Scotland on Tour is a really brilliant initiative and we’re delighted to be able to perform in Dunfermline this February."

The pair will play in the city February 19 and tickets are available through scotlandontour.com