Pittsburgh Piping Society feat. Brendan Culver

October 13, 2017
Café Sam, 5242 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, USA

Join us for the start of another Pittsburgh Piping Society season on Friday October 13th from 8-10pm. Please bring your pipes and play a few tunes you’ve been working on over the summer!

Our feature piper is Brendan Culver from Canada. Culver grew up the small town of Orangeville, Ontario, and has been playing bagpipes since the age of twelve. He currently plays with the Toronto Police Pipe Band, and since 2011 has been a professional-ranked solo competitor in the PPBSO. Brendan is also a composer of music and holds the degree Master of Music in composition from the University of Toronto.

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Pipe-Majors: When selecting tunes for medleys, try to create a mix of old, established tunes and new compositions. Too much new may be lost on the listener.
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