THE COLORADO YOUTH PIPE BAND
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Young Bagpipers Work to Preserve Musical Culture
News story on the Colorado Youth Pipe Band and the role it plays in preserving the art form of bagpiping.
CHEC Homeschool Update
Article about the role that the Colorado Youth Pipe Band has played in the Palmer family's approach to homeschooling.
Cherry Hills Village Stroll
Article about CYPB bagpiper, Carson McConnell and his experience with the Colorado Youth Pipe Band.
June 30, 2022
He Wanted to Learn the Bagpipes
Washington Park Profile
Colorado Community Media Reporter, Christy Steadman, article about the Colorado Youth Pipe Band. The article features information from interviews with band musicians, instructors, parents and directors.
April 2, 2022
Kids Spread Cheer to Recently Hospitalized Neighbor
Denver Channel 7 News
CYPB band members and siblings, Aiden, Zivah, Uri and Zoey share their piping, drumming and Highland Dance talents with a neighbor in need of some good cheer.
April 7, 2020
Mead teenager uses bagpipes to create solidarity amid separation
CYPB member, Ashton, plays his bagpipes around Mead, Colorado, during the COVID-19 shutdown as part of a movement to uplift the community.
March 20, 2020
Bagpipes: A Sound That Draws You In
Northeast Denver Front Porch
The Colorado Youth Pipe Band members get ready for St. Patrick's Day festivities in Metro Denver.
October 5, 2015
Metro Area Youths Keep Scottish Culture Alive
Colorado Community Media Reporter, Christy Steadman, article about Colorado Youth Pipe band competitions and upcoming Ceilidh.
March 13, 2012
Bagpipe band a noteworthy nod to Scottish arts’ staying power
The Colorado Youth Pipe Band members prepare for a busy St. Patrick's Day weekend.
April 28, 2009
This documentary by CYPB Alumnus Leigh Cousins, Andrew Crighton and Ryan Ovadia gives a bit of insight into an outstanding youth organization: The Colorado Youth Pipe Band (CYPB) is a youth bagpipe band of kids under the age of 18 in Denver, Colorado. The organization was founded in 1989 and teaches the art of Highland dance, drumming, and bagpiping.