Nonprofit Event on Jun 1st, 2019 with 150 guests
No, just traditional Scottish folk songs would be great.
Super interested in finding a person or persons (if a group) that plays bagpipes and would love to share his magnificent instrument and talent with a very appreciative audience of around 150 on June 1, 2019 at the Concert Hall in Kent State University Music and Arts Building. Audience will include many, many young people and their families who I would love to introduce to such a marvelous and fairly unknown genre of music. I am a veteran piano instructor of 42 years and am determined to expose these younger generations to this classic instrument. The only compensation I can offer is the joy and satisfaction you would get from doing something you must have a profound love for...simply performing. That really is the ultimate payment for any musician who is true to the art form. It would only involve about 5-15 minutes of playing depending on what you would like to do to please the audience. Of course you are welcomed to stay as long as you would like for the two hour concert (from 7-9 pm) to enjoy other performers young and old.
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Bagpipers in Kent, OH
The sound of a bagpipe has a certain magic and nostalgia to it. A festive Irish or Scottish event is made that much better with the sounds of the Scottish Highlands! Of course, no St. Patrick's Day celebration is complete without a rousing bagpiper. And in the somber time of a funeral or memorial service, bagpipes are a resonating and beautiful choice of music. With such a unique sound and appearance, bagpipes make any event instantly more interesting. Search for Bagpipers in Kent, Ohio above.
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