Rich is currently based in Dundee but will happily travel across the UK. Additional travel expenses will apply depending on location and possible accommodation costs, but 100 miles' travel allowance is given on all pricing.
Rich Gordon is a Highland Bagpipe and Scottish Smallpipe player, as well as an Alto and Tenor Saxophonist, having played the respective instruments for 20 years apiece.
Rich has performed across Scotland and England at countless weddings and events, ranging from shop openings, Burns Suppers, TV show appearances, Munro Bagging and private parties. In addition to the Highland Bagpipes, Rich also plays Scottish Smallpipes which are more suited to indoor spaces with their mellow and gentler tone and volume.
With the saxophone, Rich plays a variety of styles and can perform unaccompanied or along with high quality backing tracks.
Rich's former corporate client list is extensive, and includes:
University of Edinburgh
University of Dundee
University of St Andrews
Scotland's Rural College
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow Phoenix Choir
Nothing is too much trouble for Rich. All feasible requests are considered.
Sample Bagpipes set:
Scotland the Brave
Flower of Scotland
Auld Lang Syne
A Man's a Man (for a' that)
Green Hills of Tyroll
Flowers O' the Forest
Skye Boat Song
For the Love of a Princess (Braveheart)
Cock O The North
Various cover versions:
Wake Me Up
And countless other traditional bagpipe tunes
Sample Saxophone set:
Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder
A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
Jubel - Klinglande
Pick up The Pieces - Average White Band
Perfect - Ed Sheeran
Can't Stop The Feeling - Justin Timberlake
Take Five - Dave Brubeck