Category Archives: Pipes, kilts & supplies

Bagpiping at weddings in Vancouver and beyond

TweetHave you thought about walking down the aisle to the skirl of the great highland bagpipes? If so, you are not alone. In the past year, there has been a resurgence of brides and couples inquiring about adding cultural and musical … Continue reading

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Ringing in the New Year at 4 & Midnight

TweetIt can be a lot of fun piping in a new year in British Columbia, especially at 4 o’clock on New Year’s Eve. When the clock chimes 4 pm in BC, it’s rings midnight in Scotland. And when Scotland celebrates, so too do folks … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day bagpipes in Vancouver

TweetOn Remembrance Day, 2015, the people of our country will pause to remember those who gave their lives for our freedom. As I have for many years, I will play the piper’s Remembrance Day lament at a number of ceremonies, including … Continue reading

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Why you should never play pipes in public until you are ready.

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SFU “Piping up for Cancer” to support Vancouver bagpiper Andrew Bonar

TweetThe SFU Pipe Band is proud to announce a fundraising concert and ceilidh in support of Andrew Bonar with all proceeds going to the BC Cancer Foundation for brain cancer care and research. The concert will take place at 6:00 … Continue reading

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Bagpipers around the world helping out a piper in need.

TweetGreat story from Summerside, PEI about pipers helping out others.  Check it out. Pipers helping each other

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Ewan McGregor on wearing the kilt, OBE’s and bagpipes

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This bagpiper from (New) Scotland would have voted “Yes”

TweetIf you wear a kilt and play the bagpipes for thousands of visitors from around the English speaking world, you can expect to be on the receiving end of a lot of questions about Scotland’s drive for independence. As the bagpiper for … Continue reading

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