Pipers Club Atlantic

March 4, 2017
The Old Triangle Alehouse 5136 Prince Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Pipers Club Atlantic is dedicated to the promotion of the highland bagpipes and its music. It is also a way for the Atlantic Canadian pipe band community to interact socially and share their music with each other outside of the competition season.

Pipers Club Atlantic event dates will coincide with the Halifax Citadel Mini-Gatherings, scheduled for January 28, March 4, and April 8, 2017.

Each event will feature up and coming pipers, duos or quartets, a headline performer, and a traditional artist/group.

March 4, 2017 – Doors 6:30 PM Showtime 7:00 PM

Guest pipe band – 12 Wing Shearwater Pipes and Drums

Featured solo piper – Bruce Gandy

Quartet – 78th Highlanders Halifax Citadel

Featured ceilidh performance with Shannon Quinn

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Make every piece of finger technique in exactly the same way. Concentrate on applying the same strategy to golf, because if you swing the club the same way every time you will be a much better golfer. Fourteen clubs; one swing. It’s the same thing.
Colin MacLellan, Edinburgh

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