Balmoral School of Piping and Drumming Indy Session

June 29, 2017
Univ. of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46227, USA

Immerse yourself for an intensive (4-day) weekend with some of the best pipers and pipe band drummers in the world. Receive intensive personal instruction in multiple small classes (5 students or less) at all levels, beginning to advanced, for individuals and pipe bands, on the Great Highland pipes, smallpipes, Scottish snare, tenor drum, and bass drum. Plus workshops, music sessions, presentations on choice piping and drumming topics, and friendships that can last a lifetime. Piping: Jimmy Bell, Nick Hudson, George Balderose; Drumming: Jimmy Bell; Onsite Admin & piping: Richmond Johnston. Indianapolis session June 29-July 2, 2017. Register by May 15 for discounts.

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