A festival for the soul
18th Annual Pipes of Christmas
December 17th & 18th 2016

The Pipes of Christmas

What the audience says

What the critics say

From the bold sounds of the bagpipes and the harmonious blending of brass, strings and percussion, to the poetic and lyrical words that complement them, the Pipes of Christmas is a festival for the soul.

The concert is produced by the Clan Currie Society, a non-profit, tax-exempt educational and cultural institution to raise funds for the Society’s music scholarship program.

Debuting in 1999, The Pipes of Christmas has consistently played to standing room only audiences.

A unique sound of power and glory
A festival for the soul
An event to be savored and cherished
puts the whole meaning of Christmas right where it should be
One of NYC’s Ten Best Holiday EventsNYC Top Ten
The musical experience was thrillingClassical NJ Magazine
A Highlight of the Holiday seasonThe Mirror
A majestic seasonal experienceThe Star Ledger
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