Although the bagpipe is usually known as a pure Scottish instrument, it isn’t Scottish at all! In Scotland this instrument has although manifested itself through the years as Scottish culture. But where does it actually come from?
The audience doesn’t come to only hear something, but they are also offered a visual show. For each show a specially designed castle decorum is brought and build: about 40 meters wide and 15 meter high, with four floors, on which the musicians can stand and play music.
The Highland Valley Castle gets an additional attraction because of a mega-lightshow and special effects. For each show, hundreds of lighting, spots, moving heads, smoke and pyro techniques are used, to create that special feeling.
Music Show Scotland brings its own sound equipment. With its capacity of 30.000 watt, 40 microphones, instruments, in-ear-systems, monitors, 1500 meters of cable and 90 meters of multi cable the sound equipment is complete. But also at our home base we practice with a complete sound equipment.
How do you provide more than 200 musicians and employees of the Music Show Scotland with food and drinks? With our own mobile gastronomy kitchen! Which also provides the people of our construction team for four days with breakfast, lunch and dinner.