The Club is actively seeking new piping members.
The Club has an informal band, which plays at all the Club events, the principal events being two dinners, the Ball, and the Ladies’ Night.There is also an annual meeting with the Royal Scottish Pipers’ Society, at which the Band plays. There are opportunities for solo playing, and each year a Piobaireachd Weekend is held, at which members enjoy the benefit of excellent instruction from the Honorary Club Piper, John Wilson.
The Club pipers meet between October and May on Tuesday evenings satrting at 7.30pm, currently at the Glasgow High School Club Memorial Pavillion at Old Anniesland, access from Anniesland Road.
The Club offers pipers the opportunity to play in a very relaxed and congenial atmosphere, with none of the pressures of, for example, a competing band. It is ideal for players who have perhaps been away from piping for a while, and are looking for a way to revive their interest, and keep their piping going, without excessive commitment. We also have members who have retired from competing bands and professional competition. Players of all standards are welcome. Further details may be found on our Piping Page.
If you are interested in finding out more, or wish to come along to see what the Club is like, please contact either the Pipe Major or the Secretary.