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Issac Woods Hudson - Bagpiper for Hire
(wedding, funeral, birthday, graduation, remembrance ceremony or other occasion)
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I have been playing bagpipes since 2007 starting at the Black Watch School of Piping and Drumming in Montreal and continuing with the Black Watch Cadet Pipes and Drums. I am on the most recent CD put out by the Black Watch which can be purchased here.
I also play with the Montreal Pipes and Drums. We practice every Monday evening at the Sons of Scotland in Verdun. If you are interested in joining the Montreal Pipes and Drums, (see video of four of us playing at Kennedy's Celtic Boutique in Pointe Claire) you can email me here.
I substitute teach bagpipes with the Montreal Piping and Drumming School from time to time. It is an excellent school If you are interested in learning how to play the pipes or drums. I also teach bagpiping privately.
Prior to their closure, I played with the 306 Wing (Maple Leaf) Air Force Association Pipes and Drums.
I play at weddings, funerals, surprise birthday parties and other events in and around the Montreal area.
Yes, that is who you think it is. I had the pleasure of playing bagpipes at the wedding of Bruce's daughter, Jen, the summer of 2012.
If you are looking for a bagpiper for a wedding, a funeral or other special occasion, please email me. As I am homeschooled, I can be available during the week and on short notice.
If you need a pipe and drum band for your community event or special occasion please email me here: email Issac or call 514-368-9947
The Grande Soirée Vimy 2016, Montreal
Event at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Événement au Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal
Opening Day at the Canadian Forces Sailing Association 2016
Playing Amazing Grace - Solo
Chief of Defence Staff, General Jon Vance, CMM, MSC, CD, shakes hands and presents Cadet Warrant Officer Issac Woods-Hudson with a CDS Gold Coin of Excellence.
"We were most impressed by Isaac's ability to respond to each request we put before him and equally to adjust to last minute changes with his cool aplomb. His role in the choir/piper Amazing Grace was beautiful to watch and hear as he marched away from the choir, down the sidewalk surrounded by the public who were laying their wreaths." - Gerry Wharton, Director of Ceremonies, Wreaths Across Canada
Dave Gervais Vous avez été ma meilleure station , quel plaisir de courir en Sentier en entendant de la cornemuse annoncer l'arrivée de la station !! Bravo !!
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