Sunset at the Outrigger Canoe Club

 

 

Aloha and Welcome!

WE PROUDLY REPRESENT:
the Honolulu Police Department
and the Honolulu Fire Department.

Band practice is held every Wednesday evening,
with the exception of holidays and nights when
performances are scheduled during practice time. 
Chanter and Drum pad practice is 6:45 - 7:30 p.m.
 

New students practice 6:00 - 6:45 p.m.

Full band practice (pipes and drums together)
is 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

 

 

The Link Below Will Show Some Of The Tunes We Play.
Band Tunes

Become a Bagpiper or Drummer in Paradise!!!

 



What:         Beginner Bagpiping/Drumming Classes
When:        Wednesdays, 6-6:45pm, starting October 26, 2016
Where:       Downtown location with free parking
Cost:           $10 per month

The Celtic Pipes and Drums of Hawaii is offering classes for beginning student pipers/drummers.  The piping class will meet weekly Wednesday evenings 6-6:45 pm at its downtown practice location.  Drumming classes will be scheduled separately.  Parking is free and all you need to bring as a student piper is a practice chanter (they can be ordered on line at a cost of near $70); student drummers will need to bring sticks and a practice pad. There is a nominal charge of $10 per month.  All are welcome and no experience or musical background is required.  Classes will begin on October 26th and will be offered for approximately a year.
The Celtic Pipes and Drums of Hawaii is the oldest pipe and drum corps in the State of Hawaii, founded in 1985, and is a tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation.  In addition to offering classes, the Band performs at many civic and military functions, parades, fairs, celebrations, memorials and other community events. Band members come from many backgrounds and ethnicities and all are welcome to apply.  Please contact the Celtic Pipes to apply and for more information at (808) 537-5400,

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We are a 501(c)3 organization. 
We rely on your support and Kokua.

Many thanks to those who have given.

It aids the band in fixing, renewing, and updating our aging
uniforms and equipment.

Mahalo!

 

 Pipe Major

Dan Quinn

 

 

CPDH Officers

Howard Lavy, 
President
Mike Hudgins, 
Vice President

    

Theresa Bell, 
Secretary
Tina Yap, 
Treasurer

 

  

Tracy Burnham, 
Quartermaster
 

tracy

 

 

Hiring a Piper:

The Celtic Pipes and Drums of Hawaii
is a 501(c)3 organization.
The band is happy to schedule performances
which are outside our filed mission statement.
Such scheduling is an ongoing fundraising activity
to cover band expenses in meeting our mission statement.
Any such performance by a band member will include
a stipend for the performer(s)
and a small donation to the band.
Thank you in advance for your generous support.

 

 

 

 

'Upoho Uka Nui 'O Kekokia
(Scotland's Great Highland Bagpipe)
By Hardy Spoehr

The Story of Bagpipes, Bagpipers, 
and Bagpipe Bands in Hawai'i.
With Accounts of King Kalakaua's
Visit to Scotland.

If interested in this book
Please contact Hardy Spoehr at:
(808) 597-6550
e-mail hspoehr@papaolalokahi.org
 

 

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