Connor has been playing the Great Highland Bagpipe for almost 15 year. Connor’s pipe band career started off playing for Dunoon Grammar School Pipe Band, then after leaving school he played with Cowal and Glasgow City Pipe Bands before moving onto play with Johnstone in Grade 3. After much dedication and hard work, Connor personally moved up two grades within the same band and began to play amongst the Grade 1 members of Johnstone. He currently performs and completes at this grade all around the world.
To attune his piping further, in 2016 Connor attended the National Piping Centre and completed the HNC Piping course.
As well as playing as a soloist at many events and occasions, Connor also performs with a well known band called Drums N Roses where he dabbles in some alternative arrangements in Bagrock.
For some professional top level piping, book Connor for your event or occasion now.
What made you learn?
“Connor’s Grandad loved listening to Scottish music so this was his first real introduction and inspiration to play the bagpipes. When his Grandad found out that Connor was learning, he immediately purchased a set for him. To this day, Connor still plays with this set of pipes and enjoys every minute”
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