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Brigade Pipes and Drums concentration training 2022

3rd May 2022

Training our Pipers and Drummers

The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas conducted a Brigade Pipes and Drums Concentration training period in April 2022. This is an annual event to enhance and develop the musical side of the Brigade's Pipes and Drums. The training was highly successful and a productive week for forthcoming events as the Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment Pipes and Drums (QOGLR) are involved with the Band in upcoming Public Duty during May. This event was the first training event undertaken by the new Director of Music for the Band, Captain Esther Hayes (Royal Corps of Army Music).

Brigade Pipes and Drums concentration training 2022
Brigade Pipes and Drums concentration training 2022
Brigade Pipes and Drums concentration training 2022

This year Rifleman Dev Gurung (The First Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles) and Lance Corporal Nabin Magar (QOGLR) were awarded the most improved pipers in the Brigade.

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