Back Row: Katie O’Sullivan 1st U12 Drumming, Seamus Fleming 3rd Novice Piping, Michael Doyle 2nd U16 Piping, Aoife O’Riordan 3rd Tenor Drumming
Front Row: Anna Moynihan 2nd U12 Drumming, Conor O’Riordan 4th Practice Chanter, Liam Casey Practice Chanter, Gearoid Mulvihill 4th U14 Drumming, Muireann Mulvihill 1st Practice Channter
Sean and Matt of The Pub in Carriganima wish to thank Everyone who Supported and Helped in anyway with the St Patricks Day Parade held in Carriganima on Sunday, in Particular they would like to thank all the People who participated in the Parade with Floats, Vehicles Etc, to John Paul O`Shea Mayor of Cork County for being the Grand Marshal for the Day, the Cullen Pipe Band for Leading the Parade, An Garda Siochana for there help, to the huge turnout of people that came to watch thanks for supporting the event, and finally to anyone we may have forgotten to mention here who might have helped out in any way, we thank you very much, the Event was an outstanding Success which was also helped by superb Sunshine on the Day, we look forward to seeing ye all again for the 2017 Parade.
Cullen Pipe Band 75th Anniversary Social in the Dromhall Hotel, Killarney March 19th 2016. Tickets €30 available March 13th during annual cake sale in band hall or from Patrick Flemming 087 6333793 or Con Houlihan 087 2347651. A commemorative booklet with photographs will also be published please bring along any photographs you have to the cake sale where they will be copied and returned immediately
The 17th annual Irish Piobaireachd Society contest was held on Saturday, January 25th in Mitchelstown Co. Cork in the shadow of the Kilworth Hills. The event is going from strength to strength and attracted players from all over Ireland and from Scotland. The event included a piobaireachd workshop partly sponsored by the Cork County Council Arts Department.
Adjudicator Tom Spiers of Edinburgh commented on the high quality of the bagpipe sound in all grades.
Certainly a date for the calendar the event will return to Mitchelstown on February 7th, 2015.
Cullen Pipe Band held its annual general meeting on Sunday, September 29th at the band hall in Cullen.
Chairman Alan Moriarty reflected on the band’s continued growth and success during the year, which included participation at over thirty local and national events. Highlights included playing for President Michal D Higgins at his visit to Carrignavar, Sean Moylan Commemoration in Kiskeam, Christmas Lights in Killarney, St. Partick’s Day parades in Cullen, Rathmore, Tralee, Killarney and Millstreet, Cullen Feis and Threshing and The Gathering events in Boherbue and Ballydesmond. The band also played at the Limerick International Bands Parade and Feile na mBealtaine in Dingle.
Secretary Collette O’Connor commented that the band’s continued development of its players to a very high standard resulted in top awards by continue reading…
Cullen Pipe Band Celebrated Culture Night on Friday September 20th in the band hall in Cullen. A wonderful night of song, dance, piping, drumming and poetry was enjoyed by all in attendance. (picture by Collette O’Connor)
Cullen Pipe Band – Winners of the open piping and drumming contest
in Cobh on Sunday 2nd June 2013
Pictured are the Cullen Pipe Band who played for the visit of President Michael D Higgins when commemorating the fifty first anniversary of Faiche Na Bhfili in Carrignavar (May 4th), celebrating the great poets of the Gaelic tradition in the village.
The Corkman Newspaper is out every Thursday in all the local newsagents, and contains much more than just the online version.
Cullen Pipe Band All Ireland Pipe Band Champions – Grade 2 for 2012
on Saturday 7th July in Ballina, Co Mayo
In 1998 the Band won the All-Ireland Pipe Band Championships in Grade 4 and in 2007 won the
World Pipe Band championshipsin Grade 4 and in 2007 won the World Pipe Band championships in Grade 3B.
As well as fulfilling many engagements locally, the band competes in Grade 2 and the development band competes in Grade 5.
Cullen Pipe Band had a very full schedule participating in a total of seven St.Patrick’s Day parades this year. First up was a recital in Cullen after mass on the 11th where the juvennile members gave their first public performance with the band. Afterwards the band held a very successful flower and cake sale in the community centre. In the afternoon the band paraded in Rathmore for their annual St.Patrick’s day parade.
On St.Patrick’s Day itself the band started out in Tralee, followed by continue reading…
The first ever Piping and Drumming Summer School will take place in Cullen from July 25th to 28th inclusive. The School is being supported by the Arts Council and Cork Arts Department. Instructors from the National Piping Centre of Scotland will be providing tuition for beginner, intermediate and advanced players during the course. For more information please see the band website cullenpipeband.com or call 086 875 3084.
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Some members of Cullen Pipe Band celebrating Live Music day in association with the Arts Council. April 8th.
From the Arts Council Website: love:live music is a celebration of all forms of music in Ireland through free nationwide music events and aims to promote access to live music for all regardless of location or circumstance and to encourage active participation in music events.
Juvenile Pipe Band being formed in Cullen. Classes commencing Autumn 2010 in new practice facility. Information evening in Cullen Community Centre Tuesday, September 28th 7.00pm. For more information phone 087-2347651 or go to cullenpipeband.com
Click the photos above to see the brochure.