Highland Saga

a Scottish Music Spectacular on Tour 2020

When death’s dark stream I ferry o’er, a time that surely shall come; in heaven itself i’ll ask no more, than just a highland welcome.     Robert Burns

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The skirl of The bagpipes rings all over The world

The aim of this project is to present and to unite the Pipers Of The World through their different style of music. The country which is most connected with this inimitable instrument is Scotland. This is where we start our journey,  Highland Saga of Pipers Of The World. If you have ever experienced the rough and untouched nature of the highlands cannot abscond from its magic. On the one hand a legendary country full of history, mysterious and dark, on the other hand a land of inherent natural beauty affected by the hospitality of its people. Immerse yourself into Scottish history with the melodies played by the Pipers Of The World.

Feel the Scottish soul and let the melodies wing you away into the highlands, with its moors, rivers and lochs, it´s lonesome glens and the ruins of the castles which tell us endless stories.

Some of these stories are told by Pipers Of The World.

Welcome to a Highland Saga. 

greeTings from The Cabarfeidh Of Clan Mac Kenzie

It is with great pleasure that I can send Greetings to you all from Castle Leod in the heart of the Scottish highlands. It is fantastic to see so much enthusiasm for Scotland, its culture and history and of course its music.


Great Highland Bagpipe is known all  around the world and this Musical Show, dedicated to pipers and with a rich choice of music should have wide appeal.

As Chief of the Clan Mackenzie I send special greetings to all the Scottish Clans having their kindred scattered throughout the world. Reach out your hands and be united by the music. Under the direction of Ulrich Lautenschlaeger the musical choice and composition is absolutely first class, I am sure that you will enjoy this Show.

All the very best from Scotland to you, wherever you are.



Cabarfeidh, The Earl of Cromartie

Castle Leod