Dysart and Dundonald Pipe Band
Lomond and Clyde Invitational Contest
05 April 2011
The band made it's debut performance back in the Grade 1 arena on 19th March at the Lomond and Clyde Invitational contest at the Radisson Hotel, Glasgow. The band were very well recieved after a hiatus of nearly 4 years and after a very solid first run out they tied for 4th place in their heat, sadly not progressing to the final.
The band were drawn in an extremely tough qualifying heat with Inveraray and District, Boghall and Bathgate and Scottish Power Pipe Bands all going on to claim the top 3 spots in the final.Read More...
Fund Raising Night, Saturday 5th March - We need your Support!
25 February 2011
Dysat and Dundonald Pipe band will be holding a fund raising event on 5th March at the Lodge Minto 385 Club in Lochgelly, Fife.
The event will consist of number of different events including a performance from the band and a disco.Read More...
P/M Greig Canning
Greig Canning is originally from Cardenden in the Kingdom of Fife. He began learning the bagpipes under the tutelage of Tom Brown at the nearby Lochgelly High School. Playing with the school band Greig achieved success at all of the major pipe band championships in the Novice Juvenile and Juvenile grades as well as achieving notable successes in the junior solo circuit including first places in the RSPBA Branch Fife Under 19 championship and the Fife Oakfield championship.Read More...
D/M Lee Innes
Lee, also from Cardenden in Fife, started drumming at the age of ten years old under the instruction of William Bell, leading drummer of Dysart and Dundonald Pipe Band.
In 1987 he became leading drummer of the Lochgelly High School Novice Juvenile Pipe Band and then the Juvenile Band in 1989 until 1993 winning every championship in both grades.Read More...