Some past gigs : Mer (FR-41) - September 2021 / Wimereux (FR-62) - July 2021 / Bar le Duc (FR-55) - Oct. 2020 / Amboise (FR-37) - Nuit des Roys (sporting event) 2006-2010-2011-2013-2015-2017-2018-2019 / Vannes (FR-56) - Fête de Bretagne (2019) / Sceaux (FR-92) - Fête de l'Europe (2019) / Treigny (FR-89) - Fair (2019) / Couhé (FR-86) - Remembrance Day (2018) / Beaulieu sur Dordogne (FR-19) - (2018) / Saignes (FR-15) - Patronal Feast (2018) / La Chapelle de Guinchay (FR-71) - Bastille Day (2018) / Chaource (FR-10) - Fair 1st May (2018) / Châbons (FR-38) - Baroque Party (2017) / La Côte Saint André (FR-38) - Berlioz Festival (2017) / Saint Valery en Caux (FR-76) - Sea Festival (2017) / Noirmoutier en l'Ile (FR-85) - Port Festival (2017) / Pougny (FR-58) - market (2016) / Vouvant (FR-85) - France-Great Britain Festival (2016) / Saâcy sur Marne (FR-77) - carnival (2016) / Tigy (FR-45) - Fair (2016) / Pacy sur Eure (FR-27) - Christmas market (2015) / St Amand en Puisaye (FR-58) - market (2015)
Starting the gig
with a Scottish march and a hornpipe :
There is no need to hire many pipers to create the event : only one Highland bagpipe has the acoustic power to be heard from far away. When the piper appears, the richness and originality of his great Scottish outfit strengthen the impact of his music.
The show fits to various events : local festivities, markets, fairs, ceremonies, parades, torchlight processions, highland games, festivals, sporting events, etc.
Sound equipment : no need and that is a great advantage for this show!
Duration : beside the parades with a defined route or other requirements of your event, the show is made of several parts during afternoon or evening or from end of the morning until the late afternoon.
Éric McLewis - Musical Wanderings with Bagpipe