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Maryland Bagpiper

Francis Wallace


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Performing within the Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington D.C. metropolitan Areas for over 30 years; Weddings, Funerals, Golf Outings, Graduations, Special Occasions, Parties, Parades, Military Venues, Gatherings and Events.

Solo Pipers, Quartets, Bagpipe Bands, Scottish Highland and Irish Step dancer's available.

I Played for their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duches of Kent at the Walters Art Gallery during their visit to Baltimore 6/22/84 with the infamous Pipe Major John McCruden.  Rowdy Roddy Piper at the Baltimore Civic Center. Naval Academy for their Dinning In's Ceremony's and Dinning out's Patuxent NAS, Sail Baltimore's H.M.S. Southerland visit to Fells Point in Baltimore.  Performances with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Strathmore in Bethesda and the Meyerhoff Symphony hall in Baltimore.  The annual memorial service for the State of Maryland Anatomy Board  of Maryland held at Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville.  Robert Burns Society of Annapolis, the St. Andrew's Society of Baltimore, Highland Society of Harford County, MD.  Graduations include: John Hopkins, American University, Goucher College, Gilman, Glen Elg Country School and McDonogh.

I Started playing the bagpipes in 1980 with the John F. Nichol Pipe Band Towson Md.  Other Bands include:  Lionhart Pipe Band Alexandria Va., Chesapeake Caledonia Annapolis MD., DelMar Pipes and Drums Christiana De. and the Police Emerald Society Pipe Band Baltimore MD.

Your Guests will always remember the extraordinary and unique distinctive sounds of the Bagpipes at your next event for Years to come. Contact me for more Information and it will be my pleasure to assist and share in your Celebration or to Honor the Memory of a Loved One.
I look forward to serving you!