New England Pipe & Drum Academy

2019 Summer Camp: June 16-21, Adelynrood Retreat & Conference Center

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World-class, professional instruction for bagpiping and drumming in an affordable and enjoyable summer school setting for students from beginner to experienced. Please also visit our Facebook Page for current updates and conversation. Register here.

Principal Wallace: ‘We’ve just had the first conference call committee meeting and we are all set for this year’s camp. If you’ve been at camp before you will be hearing from us either personally or in a group email.

‘I hope you can all manage this year for more world class tuition and special friendship.

‘We will be offering day and two-day visits for those can’t manage the full five. So check later for costs etc.

‘As ever we will keep things as affordable as possible with the highest quality food and teaching.

‘For now please block out the week June 16 -21 in your diary!’

Testimonial from student Brigid Flannery, Connecticut: ‘Once again at the end of NEPADA piping and drumming camp, I am invigorated by the intense piping, the new skills learned, and progress made. I come away with a fresh excitement for bettering my craft, knowing that I have the support of the fine instructors at New England Pipe & Drum Academy.

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Students Cricket Cooper and Brigid Flannery

‘Beyond the music I also prize the connections and camaraderie with other pipers and drummers built over the week. I learned a good deal from other students and came to rely on their help. The unique set-up of this school being a retreat-like immersion is the key to its success. Next year’s camp is already on my calendar.’

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One thought on “New England Pipe & Drum Academy”

  1. Good Afternoon –

    I have been piping for just about 2 years now. I have an amazing instructor who had mentioned to me about attending a camp.

    Unfortunately, I would not be able to attend the camp in June. Will you be holding any other camps over the summer or fall?

    Please let me know. I look forward to hearing from you.

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