Glenfiddich Piping Championship

The Glenfiddich Piping Championship was established in 1974 to inspire and stimulate the world’s finest individual pipers and to seek the best overall exponents of ceol mor or piobaireachd (the great music) and ceol beag (the little music).

Results from the 44th Glenfiddich Piping Championship are as follows -


1st Jack Lee Lament for the Earl of Antrim
2nd Angus MacColl The End of the Great Bridge
3rd Iain Speirs Scarce of Fishing
4th Glenn Brown Lament for the Laird of Anapool
5th Callum Beaumont Lament for MacLeod of Colbeck


1st Roderick MacLeod The Clan MacColl, The Piper’s Bonnet, The Rejected Suitor
2nd Jack Lee The Marchioness of Tulliebardine, Arniston Castle, Drum Major John Seton
3rd Alasdair Henderson The Duke of Roxburgh’s Farewell to the Blackmount Forest, The Caledonian Society of London, Mrs. MacPherson of Inveran
4th Craig Sutherland MacLean of Pennycross, The Islay Ball, John Morrison of Assynt House
5th Cameron Drummond The Braes of Castle Grant, Inveraray Castle, John MacKechnie

2017 Overall Winners Are:

1st Jack Lee
2nd Roderick MacLeod MBE
3rd Angus MacColl

THE BALVENIE MEDAL FOR SERVICES TO PIPING was awarded to Major Sandy Jones, Jonesville, Tennessee

The 2018 Glenfiddich Piping Championship will commence at 10am on Saturday, 27th October in Blair Castle, Blair Atholl.

For further information please contact, phone no. 0845 602 1974. Alternatively, The National Piping Centre, 0141 353 0220.