We would like to thank our local sponsors for 2017
The Kilted Van,Like us on Facebook
ACT Pallets, http:\\www.actpallets.com.au
Firewood King Canberra,
Rescued Pallet Co, Like us on Facebook
Artisan Design Joinery Queanbeyan
The Canberra Celtic Pipe Band was formed in late 2001 and has quickly developed into an active and thriving community organisation for Bagpipes, Drums and Dance.
The Canberra Celtic Pipe Band aims to:
- Provide the Canberra region with a responsive, community based pipe band with a fresh, innovative repertoire and talented associate performers
- Assist young people and adults in the band to develop self-confidence, musical skills and an awareness of Celtic culture
- Promote Celtic culture within the Canberra region - particularly among young people
The band or members may be available for hire e.g. Bagpipers for weddings or other functions. Fees from performances are part of the Band's fund raising policy .
The Band is investigating using this App and website access as link for routine communications rather than this website - so on your smartphone; iphone or ipad = go to your APP store - search for TeamApp and install - then search for CCPBand - apply to join - select which team you want to join
What is on soon......
Next full practice Wednesday 18th October - from 5.30pm;
Young Cherry Festival - December 2nd Saturday
The tattoo and parade is on Saturday - Pipers for 3.00pm tuning, Street March 4.00 pm , Tattoo starts 5.00pm - http://www.visityoung.com.au
The New Kilted Van is rolling
2017 Performances - click here for file
updated 2/12/2016 - very draft
Our Band Facebook Page
There is also a unlisted private Band Facebook page - please ask for invite to access
The Piobaireachd Society
Become a member to access downloads
Try Our Haggis Recipe
Exact proportions up to the cook - if in doubt add more Drambuie to recipe or your glass
Band practice is 98.7dB; recommended to reduce exposure to below 85dB - wear your hearing protectors!
The College of Piping
Monthly Radio show Podcast
Irish anthem played by the Army Band of Amhrán na bhFiann
Please use Youtube link https://youtu.be/e6JtBbgYMwY or access from Bands Facebook page or dropbox - the exercises are in pdf link - please ask if unable to access