Charleston Bagpiper 1

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Charleston Bagpiper 1

This Charleston Bagpiper began playing the bagpipes at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina where he was selected as the pipe major for The Citadel Pipe Band. Today, he performs at a variety of events around the Carolinas, from weddings and memorial services to competitions and promotional events. He would love to play at your event and add the traditional sound of the bagpipes to make your day special.

Charleston Bagpiper competition

He is currently a member of a Police Pipes and Drums band as well as the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association, the sanctioning body of the Highland Games. Since 2002, this Charleston Bagpiper has enjoyed competing in the Highland Games both as a member of the Police Pipe and Drum band and as a solo competitor. He also had the opportunity to compete in the North American Championships in Canada in 2005 and again in 2006.

Charleston Bagpiper performances

While this Charleston Bagpiper enjoys competing, he gets the most satisfaction playing at events such as weddings, parades, funerals and other Scottish themed events. Over the past eight years, he has played over 250 individual performances across the eastern United States including the Carolinas, Ohio and Michigan. Adding to the celebration of a special day or providing a heartfelt send off for a loved one with the music he performs is truly rewarding.

Recently, this Charleston Bagpiper had the opportunity to travel to Scotland to play in the cradle of traditional bagpipe music. This trip was the highlight of his bagpipe career and he looks forward to returning.

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One response to “Charleston Bagpiper 1”

  1. MARSHA BROWN says:

    THE PERFORMANCE WAS OUTSTANDING. YOU REALLY MADE THE WEDDING! THANKS SO MUCH. MARSHA BROWN

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