Seats available these days (detailed prices below)
including: Saturday's meal, Saturday's personal bagpipe and ceilidh night and Friday's Concert (optional)
Organised in collaboration aided by the National Piping Centre, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Glasgow University because of the assistance of Bagpipe community, the Lowland and Border Piping community, the Piobriaech Society, the Northumbrian Piping Society therefore the William give & Sons basis.
Bagpipe musicians, academics and lovers from all around the world will gather at the National Piping Centre from 26 Feb to 28 Feb 2016 for the 3rd version associated with the biennal Overseas Bagpipe meeting.
Expect thought provoking ideas, instrument stalls and interesting sounds from all around the world...
Past conferences have showcased pipes from Sweden, Croatia, Portugal, Spain, Asia, France, Scotland, The united kingdomt, Belgium and Belarus.
Set of documents to be provided at the 2016 meeting.
- Socio-economic development in later twentieth century Scotland: Bagpiping and Pipe musical organization competitors (Andy Clark)
- Boha, development or invention ? (Jean Michel Espinasse and Yan Cozian)
- Old Polish Bagpipes Recording From Archival Resources. Phonographic Range In The Institute Of Art Of The Polish Academy Of Science (Ewelina Grygier)
- Self-Othering additionally the Revival of this English Border Bagpipes (Roger Landes)
- Representations of bagpipe within the Irish hit 1770-1970 (Ciarán MacMurchaidh)
- Swamibapa Salute (movie) (Hannah Marsden)
- What's the value of piping? (Simon McKerrell)
- Crucial bagpipe from Southern Italy. Organology, manufacture and analysis of repertory (Nada Gitto)
- The Maltese Zaqq – a Little-known European Bagpipe (Karl Partridge)
- Piobaireachd Society: Piobaireachd. An oral tradition preserved (Jack Taylor)
- Bagpipes and pipers (film) (Mariusz Raniszewski)
- Bagpipers into the city of fado? Bagpipe Teaching in Lisbon (Susana Moreno Fernández)
- 250 years development associated with the monoxyle drones musette: historic and organological study (Jean-Pierre Van Hees)
- Kaba Gaida Traditions and Present (Cvetelin Andreev)
- The real history and current state of ukrainian bagpipes (Viktor Levytskyi)
- Lincolnshire, Lancashire and Scotch Bagpipes: Regional and Pastoral bagpipes in seventeenth Century England (Paul Roberts)
- An interactive map for Britain (and past?) (Pete Stewarts and Julian Goodacre).
13 August - Call for report (download right here)
30 October - necessitate report closes
30 November - Speakers notified of involvement
Friday 26 Feb - Opening Concert featuring four various bands/artists from around the planet including Belgium, Bulgaria and Scotland.
Saturday 27 Feb - meeting and personal evening with an open mic/session and a Ceilidh. Tickets consist of a sandwich lunch and beverage and coffee breaks.
Sunday 28 Feb - meeting (until midday). Tickets feature a tea and coffee break.
Ticket rates (purchasable on line)
Note: the museum check out is free but should always be booked together with your admission as numbers are restricted.
The Saturday evening Ceilidh and the Bring your own personal Bagpipe program tend to be both included in the conference ticket.