Join the world's top solo pipers live from The National Piping Centre as they compete in the Piobaireachd event in the Masters Solo Piping Competition.
Taking place on Wednesday 11th August this year, the best competing pipers of this generation take part in the annual Masters Solo Piping Competition at The National Piping Centre. This is the Piobaireachd section of the Masters. The March, Strathspey and Reel section, will commence upon completion of this Piobaireachd event.
The overall winner of the Masters gains qualification to the Glenfiddich Piping Championship.
Individual in person tickets must be bought for each event. Online individual ticket holders can watch both events with one purchase and Festival pass holders can watch both events as part of their access.
The livestream for this event is kindly sponsored by R.G. Hardie & Co
Piobaireachd Event Draw
Judges - Patricia Henderson and Colin MacLellan
1 - Alasdair Henderson
Scarce of Fishing
2 - Craig Sutherland
Namles (Cherede Darievea)
3 - Callum Beaumont
Lament for the Earl of Antrim
4 - Fred Morrison
The Earl of Seaforth’s Salute
5 - Angus MacColl
The Phantom Piper of the Corrieyairick
6 - FInlay Johnston
Rory MacLoude’s Lament
7 - John Angus Smith
8 - Glenn Brown
Farewell to the Queen’s Ferry
9 - Connor Sinclair
The End of the Great Bridge
10 - Stuart Liddell
In Praise of Morag
11 - William McCallum
The Rout of the Lowland Captain
12 - Niall Stewart
Lachlan MacNeill Campbell of Kintarbert’s Fancy
13 - Roderick J MacLeod MBE
The Lament for Donald Duaghal MacKay
14 - Dr Peter McCalister
The Lament for King George III
15 - Donald MacPhee
I Got a Kiss of the King’s Hand
16 - Iain Speirs
Scarce of Fishing
All online events are available to rewatch for 7 days after broadcast.
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