The Angus Scott Pipe Band was formed in late 1955 by a small but dedicated group and is one of the oldest continuing pipe bands in the Northwest.
Canadian, Irish, Scottish
I’m a piper and bagpipe teacher. I love helping people discover their passion for the pipes and helping them reach their goals. I love finding ways to learn faster and more efficiently, especially by combining the latest tools and online resources with the best piping traditions.
As a folklorist, writer and singer, Margaret Bennett credits her family upbringing amid Gaelic and Scots tradition bearers with her expertise in Scottish Folklore and folksong. Widely regarded as “Scotland’s foremost folklorist” she “wears her scholarship lightly,” lecturing, singing and storytelling and on both sides of the Atlantic.
Neil has been providing high quality bagpipe performances since 1990.
We are a non-profit, non-sectarian organization open to all, without bias to race, color or gender, to anyone of Scottish descent, or any other person who has a strong interest in Scottish heritage or culture.
The Spokane Highland Games Association supports itself through a yearly funds raising event, the Spokane Scottish Highland Games, and through individual and corporate sponsorship contributions.
The Keith Highlanders Pipe Band is a non-profit cultural and educational organization dedicated to broadening the public’s interest in and appreciation for traditional Scottish piping, drumming, and dancing in the Pacific Northwest.
Fàilte! Welcome to The Clan Gregor Society; proud heritor of the most famous clan in Scottish history. As a registered charity with members worldwide, we provide kinship, tradition and friendship with exciting, regular, events. We invite you to read about us, our Projects and our Gatherings - and to Join us.
Seamus and Suzanne are a married couple who, since 1991, have played for weddings, banquets, school ceremonies and programs, memorial services, community festivals and other events ~ and have consistently endeavored to make their music and decorum appropriate to each occasion.
The Clan Gordon Pipe Band was formed In 1955 when a group of Scottish immigrants and Americans pooled their experience, and, with the sponsorship of Clan Gordon, formed the Clan Gordon Pipe Band in Tacoma, Washington. We are now a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit.
The first Pipe Major was Johnnie Montgomery, father of longtime member, Jack Montgomery. Even though Clan Gordon is no longer our sponsor, we retain our original name. We are successful in our primary purpose: to bring the music of the highland bagpipe to the Pacific Northwest.
We are now recruiting new pipers and drummers! We have a teaching program for those interested in learning our music. Our fee is waived if you stick around and join our band
Clan Donnachaidh Pacific Northwest Branch was founded over 55 years ago to allow Reids, Reeds, Robertsons, Duncans, McConnachie, Donnachie and others to communicate.
The Bellingham Pipe Band is a self-supporting/non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, teaching and playing at a high standard, Scottish Highland bagpiping and drumming in the Bellingham and North Puget Sound region.
The Muirhead Clan Society is, for our purpose and definition, a Clan of Scotland.