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Glasgow Piping Live! 2016

Wednesday 10th August 2016 at 19:30

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The L.B.P.S. is once again delighted to be part of Piping Live! and taking part this year are four of the world’s greatest pipers ; Angus MacKenzie and Angus Nicolson, (Border Pipes) two heroes of our traditional music, Callum Armstrong, (Border Pipes) a spectacular and consummate all round musician, innovator and improviser and Brighde Chaimbeul, (Scottish Small Pipes) a bright young star and winner of the 2016 Radio Two Traditional Musician of the Year Award. Accompanists are Ross Martin of Daimh on Guitar, and The Prince of Lochaber, Ewen Henderson on Fiddle.

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Annual Competition 2016 results

Results now available

Sound files are now available; thanks to John Bushby for editing

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2015 Collogue Programme

Full details of the programme for the 2015 Collogue at Peebles Nov 6th-8th
are now available here; Click the read more link:

For Booking form and accommodation information click HERE

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Barga School of Scots Music, Song and Dance

Barga School of Scots Music, Song and Dance

Register and book your place at the Barga event (19th-23rd September 2016).

 

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ANNUAL COLLOGUE & AGM 2015

Friday 6th – Sunday 8th November 2015

This year we are returning to the Tontine Hotel, Peebles


The weekend's programme will include

 Welcome Dinner on the Friday night (3 course)

 It’ll be a great weekend, not be missed!

The full programme is now available HERE

 

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LBPS CD 'Reclaimed'

LBPS CD 'Reclaimed'

The LBPS CD 'Reclaimed'  is now avaialble at the LBPS shop.

This is an exciting new venture for the Society; produced by Iain MacInnes and Hamish Moore, it contains 17 tracks, including specially recorded perforamnaces and some 'historical' archive recordings.
The CD is now available from the LBPS shop here:Reclaimed

 

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THE LBPS ANNUAL PIPING COMPETITION 2015 RESULTS

Soundfiles now available!

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Teaching Weekend Tutors Peebles 2016

All our tutors this year are new to the Teaching weekend, so we thought you might like to meet them. They represent some of the leading pipers of the younger generation and we are greatly looking forward to their contributions.

Alana MacInnes

Hailling from South Uist, Alana MacInnes is a piper and whistle player. She plays the highland pipes as well as the smallpipes. Alana completed an HNC in traditional music at Lews Castle College, Benbecula under the guidance of Anna-Wendy Stevenson and Iain MacDonald. Following this she then went on to acquire a Gàidhlig and Music degree at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland’s unique Gàidhlig college.

Alana is a regular teacher at various fèisean and at the Scots Music Group. She is currently playing with Scottish trio Canach with mostly self-penned tunes and songs. Together the trio have a range of performances under their belt and have supported many of Scotland’s leading musicians including the Simon Bradley Trio, Mairearad Green & Anna Massie and Kathleen MacInnes & Fiona Hunter. The trio have recently released a self titled EP. In 2014, Alana appeared at the 42nd Willie Clancy Summer School in Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare, Ireland.

Iain and Mary McGillivray (fiddle) and Alana MacInnes

Iain and Mary McGillivray (fiddle) and Alana MacInnes (pipes) rehearse before performing in the end of week Grand Concert. 2014

David Shedden

David, now 23 [dec 2014], learned to play through lessons here at The National Piping Centre from the age of 9. Since those early days, David went on to study with many different pipers including piping legend, Donald MacPherson. He graduated this year in Scottish Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
David is a regular competitor at solo piping events throughout Scotland and enjoys considerable success. Over the last few years he has become a regular competitor at the prestigious Silver Medal competition at both the Northern Meeting and the Argyllshire Gathering.

Concours International de Pibroc'h (Piobaireachd) organisé par Le Festival Interceltique de Lorient 2015

Callum Armstrong:

Callum has been making quite an impression on the piping scene, not just in Soctland but elsewhere in Europe as well. The following his taken from his website callumarmstronmg.co.uk
Scottish piping like you never imagined it;
" a highly developed technique; innovation in instrument design and construction; and a radical and contemporary approach to composition that goes far beyond the usual sets of jigs and reels"

[Colin Blakey, The Waterboys]

"I studied recorder at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and I am a classically trained musician. I performed as a soloist with Trinity Baroque Orchestra during the London Handel Festival. For three consecutive years I won the Beryl Maggs Award for recorder and in my final year was awarded the Silver Medal for Early Music.
As a piper, I perform with Godalming, The Royal British Legion and Help the Heroes Brass Bands. I have performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall as guest soloist and appeared in Steven Spielberg’s film ‘War Horse’. I regularly work with Ceillidh Bands, I play at ceremonial occasions and special events.

This year I won the solo bagpipe competition at Chateau d’ Ars playing my own compositions, and the solo, composition, and bagpipe duo categories at the Lowland and Border Piper’s Society’s Annual Competition playing the smallpipes.I have recently been developing with Julian Goodacre.

New Beginners’ smallpipes class - Edinburgh

 beginning 10th September, 2014

For anyone interested in learning to play scottish smallpipes, the Edinburgh based Scots Music Group is offering a class for beginners.  Taught by Ben Miller the class will begin on Wednesday 10th September, at Boroughmuir High School, between 7.00 and 9.00 pm and run for 12 weeks. 

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