Scotland boasts a rich piping heritage but it is the great Highland bagpipe with which most people are familiar.
Scotland’s national instrument, the iconic bagpipes, is still hugely popular. From buskers on the street to pipe bands parading through Scottish towns and cities, you are certainly likely to hear the unmistakable sound of the bagpipe in Scotland before you see them
Historically the Pipes are used to make an announcement and stir the emotions.
Our Piper can play at the entrance of your corporate function as your guests arrive and then during the meal can give a ten – fifteen minute recital.
If you are having a dinner to celebrate Burns Night he can play ‘A man’s a man for a’ that’ to lead in the Haggis for the Address to take place.
At a wedding the pipes can play as your guests arrive then announce the arrival of the Bride. Then as the service comes to an end he will play a fitting tune to celebrate the newly weds. It is also a popular choice to have the piper lead the Bride and Groom to the top table.
Please contact us for more details……