Bagpiper Iain Willox



Regions Covered

Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Somerset, Warwickshire, Shropshire, South Wales


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Iain is Pipe Major of the St. Andrew's Pipe Band of Cheltenham and teaches Bagpipes at various colleges in Gloucestershire. He has played with the Royal Forest of Dean Orchestra, The Concertarte Choir and Orchestra of Cheltenham and the London Gala Symphony Orchestra.

Iain has hit fame when appearing as a film extra in 'Vanity Fair' and as a Bagpiper in a wedding scene in the film 'Made of Honor' in cinemas now.

Iain is often hired to give talks and presentations on the History of the Pipes, tartans and highland dress, the Whiskey Trail, Robert Burns, etc. Some of his clients include W.I., Probus Groups and Towns Women's Guilds in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Wiltshire, Avon, Oxfordshire and Gwent.

As well as playing the highland pipes, Iain can play a set of Lowland Bagpipes accompanied by his daughter on the Clarsach (a Scottish Folk Harp that is smaller than the Classical Harp). Together they play in a band called Fyon-ion - a combination of their names 'Fiona' and 'Iain'.


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