Christina Henry

Christina involved in Scottish Arts at the age of 7 as a highland dancer.  She competed throughout the U.S., Canada, and Scotland and twice qualified for the United States Inter-Regional Highland Dance Championships.  Christina's involvement in the pipe band scene started after performing at with pipe bands.  She started as a tenor drummer with the Manchester Pipe Band before transitioning to the bass drum.  Christina played with the Oran Mor Pipe Band for 11 years as they moved from Grade 2 to Grade 1.  She actively competed in solo tenor and bass drum events.   Currently, she is 2 third season member of the Grade 1, 78th Fraser Highlanders, Ontario, Canada as a tenor drummer.  Christina passed the EUSPBA judges exam for bass and tenor and will be apprentice judging this summer.

Eric MacNeill

Maureen Connor

Invermark Piping & Drumming Summer School

Steven McWhirter

Donald Lindsay

​Founder of Invermark, along with his father James Lindsay, Donald is one of the most knowledgeable and inspirational bagpipe teachers in North America.  In addition to a specialty in Piobaireachd, Donald has a wealth of experience in solo and band musicianship. He has taught and developed legions of pipers in the Northeast and beyond.  His teaching methods will challenge and inspire pipers to achieve their best.  Donald was the second American to win the Silver Medal for Piobaireachd in 1986.  He served as Pipe Major of the Oran Mor Pipe Band for 13 years leading the band from Grade 3 to Grade 1.

Iain MacHarg
Iain MacHarg has been a familiar face at the highland games since very early in his life.  In addition to competing as a professional grade solo piper, Iain has also been involved in many other aspects of Celtic music.  He has founded four Highland Pipe Bands in Vermont (Catamount Grade 4 & 5, Norwich University, the Green Mountain Highlanders) and has played with several folk groups.  Iain’s solo albums, Rooted in Tradition, Ceol Na Beinne, and his Christmas Album, Celtic Christmas, are sold in many areas of the world.  Iain has also published Feadan Mor, a collection of original tunes for the bagpipe tunes.  
After College, Iain developed the Vermont Institute of Celtic Arts with the goal to create a school similar to the College of Piping in Prince Edward Island and the Gaelic College in Cape Breton Island.

Bio coming soon

Jack Lee

Jack is one of the most respected pipers in the world.  In addition to winning many of Pipings highest competitions (Gold Medals, Clasps, Bratach Gorms, and Glenfiddichs) he has served as Pipe Sergeant of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band for over 30 years, developing the band from a regional Grade 1 band to World Champions, 6 Times!  Jack is passionate about “passing it on” to pipers of all levels.  As Instructor for the Robert Malcolm Memorial Pipe Band (RMM), Jack has developed many young pipers and directed RMM Pipe Band to 6 World Championships.   Jack and his sons make reeds, pipe bags, as well as an archive of over 2,900 recordings.

Willie McCallum

As one of the foremost competing pipers in the world today, Willie has won almost every prize in solo piping several times over. His list of achievements include: Glenfiddich 8 times; Gold Medals, Clasps, Silver Stars, Bratach Gorms, and Donald Macleod Memorials.  A long serving member of the Scottish Power Pipe Band, winning three major championships, Willie is in demand as a recitalist, adjudicator and teacher and has five solo recordings to his credit.  He received his main tuition from his uncles Ronald McCallum and Hugh A. McCallum and also came under the guidance of Ronald McCallum, MBE, Piper to The Duke of Argyll. In recent years, several of his students have gained high placings at the major piping gatherings at Oban, Inverness and London.