May 29, 2024

Ten sessions in, New Brunswick Piobaireachd Club celebrates the Big Music

There are few places on earth as Celtic music-infused as the Canadian Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, where bagpipes intermingle with fiddles, bodhrans, keyboards and all manner of stringed instruments pretty much wherever you go. The New Brunswick Piobaireachd Club was...
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May 23, 2024

RMM3, Alastair Lee, Blair Brown top prize-winners at 161st Victoria Games

The 161st Victoria Highland Games saw brilliant sunshine and perfect conditions in the afternoon at Topaz Park for...
May 22, 2024

Campbell Naismith’s 7th collection focuses on piobaireachd and Joseph MacDonald’s Theory

Campbell Naismith, the accomplished and well-known piper from San Diego, has published his seventh collection of music,...
May 21, 2024

EUSPBA gets its Voice back, relaunching publication in podcast form

Until 2015, the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association published The Voice, a quarterly print magazine that...
May 20, 2024

MWPBA adopts audio judging after successful trial at St. Louis Games; large entry for Chicago

After a successful trial run at the St. Louis Highland Games, the Midwest Pipe Band Association has decided to use...
From the archives
April 28, 2013
Frater sails through RSPS contest
John Frater was the overall winner of the annual Royal Scottish Pipers Society Competition held at the organization's...
This day in history
May 30, 1964
Duncan Johnstone wins SPA Knockout final against Donald MacLeod.

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Association Leadership Spotlight: RSPBANI Chair Alastair Patterson - Part 2

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