A night exploring Ceòl Mòr – The Big Music – in a spirit of collaboration with two exciting performances.
Alongside a quartet of some of Scotland’s most thrilling young string players, pibroch master and authority Murray Henderson takes a journey into the depths of the most powerful and stirring pieces in the pibroch repertoire.
Coming from a different angle, piper/producer Duncan Grant, also known for his electronic music under the pseudonym Cain, explores the sonic potential of pibroch in the 21st Century.
Featuring James Lindsay, Susan Appelbe, Megan Henderson, Mharie Mackinnon, Calum MacCrimmon and John Mulhearn.
Friday, March 6, 2015 from 7.30pm | Book Online Now
A simple introduction to playing the bagpipes, come and try this traditional iconic instrument at The National Piping Centre.
Guests will be welcomed by a Scottish bagpiper and given a tour of The Museum of Piping.
» More info on the Come & Try page
The National Piping Centre is now recruiting for a full time piping teacher.
The successful applicant will be required to teach students of all ages and abilities and to take a full part in the varied activities and developmental work of the Centre. Occasional travel abroad in order to teach in workshops and summer schools will also be a requisite part of this job. The ability to perform in public to a high standard is a desirable attribute for this post.
Appointments at The National piping Centre will be subject to satisfactory clearance through the Disclosure Scotland Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme. The National Piping Centre will arrange and pay for an application to be made.
A job description can be found below or can be requested from Clare Lynas, Email: email@example.com – Tel: 0141 353 0220.
To apply, please submit a Curriculum Vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it by mail to Roddy MacLeod, Principal, The National Piping Centre, 30-34 McPhater St, Cowcaddens, Glasgow, G4 0HW.
The closing date for applications is 31st January 2015.
We’re entering into the LateRooms Best Kept Secret Awards 2014. This is a competition which is judged by YOU the customer! We’d be very grateful if you could nominate The Pipers’ Tryst via the link below for Best Breakfast and Best Service.
Nominate and you can be entered into a draw to WIN a 2 night stay at Chesford Grange, Warwick including dinner and breakfast at the hotel, a bottle of red wine and 2 passes to Warwick Castle.
“Scotland’s Centre of Excellence for this great instrument”
Come along and meet our world class bagpipers.
Bespoke one-to-one meetings for bride and grooms to discuss your musical needs with our experts.
These popular events are held throughout the year at The National Piping Centre.
Refreshments provided whilst you chat!
EVENT DATES 2014
- Sunday 14th September 12-4pm
- Sunday 5th October 12-4pm
Please contact email@example.com to make a one-to-one booking.
We would love to win a VOWS award for our little team’s outstanding contribution to weddings in Scotland!
Please help us by clicking on the link below to nominate The National Piping Centre for ‘Best Venue’.
Last month the fantastic Braw Brides Blog covered our styled wedding shoot, showcasing our wedding venue.
Here’s the feature: http://www.brawbrides.com/portfolio/braw-styled-shoot-at-the-national-piping-centre/
If you or a friend/family member have an upcoming wedding to plan The National Piping Centre is perfect for your special day. Call us today on 0141 353 5551 to book a show around.
A huge thank you to R.G.Hardie & Co who sponsored the recent NPC summer school in Winchester, Virginia, by donating a beautiful set of PH01 Peter Henderson thistle engraved bagpipes.
The pipes were awarded to Ross Evans (pictured) whom the instructors deemed the most deserving student after a successful week of piping. These are Ross’s first set of pipes and we wish him all the best in his future piping endeavours!
Strathallan School wishes to appoint a Piping Instructor ideally from September 2014 although it will be possible to delay for the right candidate. The priority will be to develop the School Pipe Band and individual pipers. There will also be the opportunity for a suitable candidate to play a part in the wider life of the school and an involvement certainly with the boarding aspects would be an advantage. Technical knowledge, capability with administrative duties, and vitally the ability to enthuse pupils for piping will be required.
Applications, with a full CV and the names and addresses of two referees, are invited before Monday, 9th June 2014.
DOWNLOAD FULL JOB DESCRIPTION HERE Piping Instructor Job Description
THE HEADMASTER, STRATHALLAN SCHOOL, FORGANDENNY, PERTH, PH2 9EG
Tel: 01738 815000 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.strathallan.co.uk Fax: 01738 815001
Having burst onto the folk scene at the Celtic Connections Festival Club, the Scott Wood Band are set to fire into their first ever full length show on the 25th April at The National Piping Centre, Glasgow. They will be showcasing sets from their forthcoming album, including new, original compositions, so you better bring your dancing shoes along!
» Tickets available online or at the door.
Support – Chris Gray & Craig Irving
Where: The National Piping Centre, 30-34 McPhater Street, Glasgow. G4 0HW.
When: Friday 25th April
Check out the brand new video of their track ‘Sheep Running About’
Scott Wood – Bagpipes/Whistles
Mhairi Mackinnon – Fiddle
Ron Jappy – Guitar
Angus Tikka – Bass
Mark Scobbie – Drums
“The most exciting new traditional act in Scotland.” – Tiree Music Festival.
Facebook: Scott Wood Band