About Tulan Band

2016 EUSPBA Season Champions - Grade 2

Welcome to the Tulach Árd Pipe Band: the premier Grade 2 pipe band in Boston and New England. The Band is led by Pipe Major Jim Lundt, Pipe Sergeant Phil Ferguson and Drum Sergeant Scott Armit, all are recognized prize-winning musicians and pipe band leaders.

The Band has just finished the 2016 season, major accomplishments included: 1st at Round Hill, 2nd at Rockland County, 7th at North American Pipe Band Championships, 2nd at Montreal Highland Games, 1st at Hunter Mountain, 1st at New Hampshire Highland Games and 2nd at Celtic Classic. TAPB finished 2016 as EUSPBA Season Champions in Grade 2. The Tulach Árd Pipe Band had a very successful 2015 competition season. Some of the season highlights - the Band won the MSR event at both the Monmouth Celtic Festival and the Hunter Mountain Pipe Band Championships and placed well at the North American PB Championships. We took 3rd place at the Northeast U.S. Pipe Band Championships and played in the Grade 1 Challenge event against the 78th Frasers and took 2nd at Loon Mountain.

Tulach Árd also participates in numerous public and private performances during the season. These have included: Sunset Tattoo concerts at the USS Constitution, Independence Day parades in Natick and Duxbury, Patriot Day Parades in Concord and Lexington, the St. Patrick's Day parade in South Boston and a performance at the prestigious Ireland Fund Dinner. The Band has also been a featured perfomer at the Lexington Tattoo and the New Hampshire Highland Games Tattoo, playing along with such famed names as the U.S. Marine Corps Band, the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band and the Williamsburg Fife and Drums. The Band has also done several joint performances with the Middlesex County Fifes and Drums in past years.

Grade 2 Band Rehearsal:   Want to join? Contact Manager George March at  info@tulachard.org for more information on auditioning or just to drop by for a listen. The Band rehearses every Thursday evening, starting at 7:30 p.m. The Lexington Council (No. 94) of the Knights of Columbus has made the Band welcome at their Heritage Hall for the past several years; this Hall serves as as central meeting place for Band members and affiliated artists. Click here for directions to our rehearsal hall.

For additional information on the Band please read our Mission Statement