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For All Memorable Occasions

Seattle's Bagpiper Neil Hubbard has been providing high quality bagpipe performances in Seattle, Washington since 1990. With a large repertoire of Scottish and Irish music, Neil has enhanced weddings, brought a high level of traditional honor to funerals and memorials, entertained at birthday parties, and added pomp and ceremony to many other events. Neil has been the Resident Piper for The Golf Club At Newcastle since 2004.

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Bagpipe Music

For All Memorable Occasions

Whether it's for a wedding, funeral, birthday, anniversary, graduation, benefit auction, corporate event, fund raiser, golf tournament, sporting event, school assembly, or any other occasion, the distinctive sound of the bagpipes will add impact to your event. Neil is always impeccably dressed in authentic Scottish kilt and regalia, playing a sweet sounding bagpipe. Contact him today for a free consultation.

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Neil Hubbard

Soloist

As a soloist, Neil perfected his musical skills on the competition boards, and developed the poise and confidence needed to play well at your event. Piping judges have consistently praised him for his “great sounding pipe,” “excellent tone and tuning,” and “lovely, expressive playing.”  As a band piper Neil played at the World Pipe Band Championships in Scotland multiple times. It is the most high-stakes, high-stress piping event anywhere, and is the ultimate test of a piper's mettle.

Neil has been instrumental in raising the profile of bagpiping in the Northwest. In 1998, he conceived and created the Masters of Scottish Arts Concert.  He was the Producer and Director of this annual concert from 1998 through 2007. Under his leadership, the concert was the most well attended solo piping concert anywhere in the world. Through Neil’s teaching of fire and police pipe bands, the public presence of piping has grown significantly.

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The Majestic Sound of the Great Highland Bagpipe