Bliven, Steve

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From the Boston News Letter 1732 Jun 2002 in Chanter 2002 Summer

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The Goodacres Vermont Moot Dec 2000 in Chanter 2000 Winter

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North Hero Pipers' Gathering Dec 1999 in Newsletter 1999 Winter

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North Heros Pipers Gathering USA Jun 1999 in Newsletter 1999 Summer

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Pipers Gathering Nov 2016 in Chanter 2016 Winter

August of this year saw the 18th iteration of the Pipers’ Gathering—for its third year at the Wisdom House in Litchfield, Connecticut. Some 70 participants came together to enjoy a weekend of piping and other music-making, workshops and concerts. Piping Instructors/Performers in 2016 included: Scottish smallpipes—Iain MacInnes (Scotland), Barry Shears (Cape Breton, Canada) and Chris Gray (US) Uilleann pipes—Brian McNamara (Ireland), Benedict Koehler (US) and Chris Gray (US) Northumbrian smallpipes—Bill Wakefield (US) Border pipes—Will Woodson (US) And because pipes and their music don’t exist in solitary, the Gathering also hosts workshops and lessons on other, “complementary” instruments such as whistle, flute, fiddle, and fretted instruments (guitar, bouzouki and the like).

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