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Bryce McCulloch

Solo Scottish Bagpiper

Brings the national sound of Scotland to your special event
Nominated for the VOWS Awards for services to the wedding industry
Full military style piping uniform with Modern Red McPherson tartan
Can also perform alongside a Clarsach Player & a drummer
Based in Scotland & available to perform at events worldwide

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This professional and experienced bagpiper has been playing at events across Scotland, England and Europe for over 20 years and provides a personalised service in order to make sure that your event is extra special.

Playing the Great Highland Bagpipe, Bryce will bring the true sound of Scotland to your event and create an authentic Scottish atmosphere for you and your guests to enjoy. For events that still require that Scottish feel but have sound restrictions or are set in smaller venues, he can also play the Scottish Small Pipes a Lowland instrument that creates a beautiful mellow sound perfect for indoor entertainment. Not only will Bryce sound the part, he will also look the part dressed in full military style piping uniform complete with Modern Red McPherson Tartan including full length plaid, doublet, horse hair sporran, tartan hose, spats, feather bonnet and red hackle.

His repertoire features a wide range of traditional Scottish Bagpiping tunes including Marches, Jigs, Reels and more - he can also learn new tunes on request. In addition to performing as a soloist, he can also perform alongside a Clarsach player and a drummer to create a fuller sound perfect for larger venues.

Nominated for the VOWS Award (2007-2008) for his services to the wedding industry, you can rest assured that Bryce is dedicated to providing a professional service and high-class entertainment that will impress guests.

  • Jenny’s Bawbee
  • Greenwood Side
  • Barren Rocks of Aden
  • Mharies Wedding
  • Happy We’ve Been A’ the Gither
  • Sweet Maid of Glendaruel
  • The Siege of Delhi
  • 25th Farewell to Meerut
  • Scotland the Brave
  • Liberton Polka
  • A Mans a Man
  • Duncan Grey
  • 79th Farewell to Gibraltar
  • Highland Laddie
  • 3/4 MARCHES
  • The Green Hills of Tyrol
  • When the Battles Over
  • Lochanside
  • The Highland Brigade at Magersfontein
  • J.K. Cairns
  • Castle Dangerous
  • 4/4 MARCHES
  • Rowan Tree
  • Bonnie Galloway
  • Auld Rustic Bridge
  • 51st Highland Division
  • Galloway Hills
  • Killiecrankie
  • No Awa’ Tae Bide Awa’
  • The Children
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • 6/8 MARCHES
  • The Glendaruel Highlander
  • Leaving Port Askaig
  • Muckin o’ Geordies Byre
  • Bonnie Dundee
  • Farewell to the Creeks
  • Dovecote Park
  • Pipe Major John McLennan
  • Rab’s Wedding
  • 2/4 MARCHES
  • Captain Horne
  • Molly Connell
  • The Highway to Linton
  • The Kilt is my Delight
  • Masons Apron
  • Gravel Walk
  • Duckin & Diving
  • Itchy Fingers
  • JIGS
  • Jiggernaut
  • Rockin the Baby
  • Glasgow City Police Pipers
  • SLOW AIRS
  • Farewell to Camraw
  • Highland Cathedral
  • Flower of Scotland
  • My Home
  • Mist Covered Mountains
  • Hector the Hero
  • HORNPIPES
  • Black Bear
  • Caller Heron
  • Crossing the Minch
  • Tam Bains Lum
  • Pumpkins Fancy
  • STRATHSPEYS & REELS

" Bobby and I just wanted to thank you again for piping at our wedding at Seamill Hydro on Friday. You were incredible and it was so lovely to meet you; I am sorry we didn't get to chat to you longer. Getting piped out after our ceremony to 'Flower of Scotland' was just absolutely perfect. Thanks again. "

Bobby and Julie Anderson, Seamill Hydro (Aug 14)

" Can I just thank you for our wedding on Thursday. After a last minute let down from a friend of a friend you truly were a lifesaver. We had so many people ask us where we found you because you were tremendous. So professional and knew exactly the best way to work things for us even when we didn’t. Thank you so much xx. "

Emma, Piersland House Hotel, Troon. (July 14)

" We would like to say a massive thanks for playing at our wedding on Sunday - a piper makes the day that little bit more special, loved it. Thank you. "

Colin & Debbie Piersland House Hotel, Troon (Aug 14)

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