THE PITTSBURGH PIPING SOCIETY
Perform. Inform. Bagpipes.
Since our establishment in 2014, The Pittsburgh Piping Society has been bringing together pipers and Scottish music enthusiasts together at our seasonal monthly meetings. Whether you're a new piper to the Pittsburgh area, a traditional Scottish music enthusiast, or just looking for a fun, memorable night out, The Pittsburgh Piping Society is the spot for you. We aim to foster a welcoming and social environment for pipers to inform and perform bagpipes! The Pittsburgh Piping Society is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the promotion and education of Scottish music in the Pittsburgh region. We accept donations which will be used to compensate featured recitalists who perform at our meetings as well as providing workshops and educational opportunities for local players and enthusiasts. If you would like to donate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We meet in downtown Pittsburgh at the Sharp Edge Bistro - located at 922 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
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NEWS & UPDATES
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WOOSTER INDOOR RESULTS A GOOD START TO 2019 FOR PITTSBURGH PIPERS AND BANDS
March 25, 2019
The recently held Ohio Valley Indoor Championships in Wooster, OH proved to be fruitful for Pittsburgh based solo pipers and pipe bands. In solo piping, Andrew Carlisle won professional piper of the day, while in the Grade 5 band event Macdonald Pipe Band took 3rd and Balmoral Pipes and Drums took 2nd. In the Grade 3 band event, CMU Pipe Band took 1st place. Congratulations to the above noteworthy prize winners! Click here for more results.
MARCH 2019 PPS FEATURED PLAYER ANNOUNCEMENT
March 18, 2019
The upcoming piping society event will feature a former PPS founder and Pittsburgh area piping instructor, Nick Hudson! Nick wears many hats as he is involved with the EUSPBA as a judge and Music Board Chair. He also works full time teaching bagpipes at St. Thomas Episcopal School in Houston, TX.