In Quest, you have found an experienced, professional, reliable and multiple award-winning piper to play at all kinds of functions and events.

Since Quest is a professional musician, you can book him 365 days a year.

Quest looks back on 40 years of professional experience on stage.

Quest plays a vast repertoire of tunes that caters for all tastes - hundreds of traditional Scottish and Irish marches, dance-tunes and romantic airs as much as all the internationally best known and best loved pipe-tunes like Amazing Grace, Scotland the Brave, Skye Boat Song, Loch Lomond, Highland Cathedral, Auld Lang Syne and all the other "bagpipe-hits".

Quest would be happy to assemble a playlist for your festivity!

Unique in central Europe: Quest plays for you Scottish Highland Bagpipes in a variety of volumes.
Because of its unmistakable tone, the "Great Highland Bagpipe" is the most famous and most popular among all types of bagpipes, and Quest's favourite instrument. However, it is not always considered the perfect choice of instrument only because of its rather strong volume.

But you can enjoy the typical sound of the Highland pipe, just less loud, if you book Quest to play for you on one of the Instruments he has had made for him:
Highland-Bagpipes, that combine their typical majestic tone and typical iconic design with a vastly reduced loudness.

Additionally, a suprising range of variety can be added to the music-programme for your festivity, by using several types of differently sounding bagpipes (Border-Pipes, Scottish Smallpipes, Irish Union Pipes).
For even more variety, Quest can contribute some of his renowned flute- and whistle-playing, and even sing a song or two, accompanying himself on Scottish smallpipes.
Quest happily mingles with the guests of your festivity and answers all questions they might have about his music, culture and traditions.
Like every decent piper, Quest pays greatest attention to the perfect tuning all his pipes.

For Quest, to be professional means first and foremost to be absolutely reliable.