From the bold sounds of bagpipes and the harmonious blend of brass, strings and percussion, to the poetic and lyrical words that complement them, The Pipes of Christmas has become an annual tradition in New York and New Jersey since its inception in 1999. The Pipes of Christmas celebrates the great history and legacy of Celtic culture in a well-loved, sold-out concert each December holiday season.
Now celebrating its 21st season, the two-city concert is presented by the Clan Currie Society, a volunteer-led organization based in New Jersey. This cherished holiday concert is a stirring and reverent cultural celebration of the Christmas season and Celtic spirit. Many audience members report that The Pipes of Christmas has become part of their family’s annual Christmas tradition as they return year after year.
The Summit event also is a drop off location for donations of non-perishable food items to benefit and be delivered to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.