Belfast, Northern Ireland – Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band announces the departure of long-serving Pipe Sergeant Alastair Dunn.
Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band will hit the grass in Paisley, Scotland tomorrow for the 2018 British Championships. A warm and dry day is expected for the band’s medley performance as the first ‘major’ of the year.
Issued on behalf of TG4 and Gradam Ceoil Press Release: Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band has received the 2018 Special award as part of TG4’s traditional Irish music Awards, Gradam Ceoil. Widely regarded as the Oscars of Irish music, the Gradam Ceoil award ceremony is set to come to Belfast[…]
2016 Season Field Marshal Montgomery have released their schedule for the 2016 season. Competitive action kicks off on 14th May at the Ards & North Down Championships in Bangor, followed a week later by the first Major Championship of the year, the British, which will be held in Paisley, Scotland.[…]
Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band is delighted to be returning to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall to perform at the prestigious pre-worlds concert on Wednesday 10th August, 2016. Hosted by the Glasgow Skye Association Pipe Band, the annual event has become the pinnacle in concert performance for the world’s top[…]
Field Marshal Montgomery finished fourth at the World Pipe Band Championships and were crowned Champion of Champions for 2015. It was also a very successful day for Drum Major Emma Barr who finished third in the Juvenile Grade and was announced the 2015 Champion of Champions. The two-day event saw[…]
Field Marshal Montgomery enjoyed a clean sweep of first places at the Ulster Championships on Saturday, 8th August. The competition was held in the beautiful grounds of Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor with the Mourne Mountains providing a stunning backdrop. The band performed twice, drawing their No. 1 MSR – Brigadier General[…]