Andrew Lee

Andrew Lee from Surrey, BC has been piping for most of his 23 years, having started at the age of 5. He was born into a family of pipers, with his father and uncle being the founders and leaders of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band.

Andrew has won many piping prizes, including the BC Pipers’ Association Grand Aggregates in grade 3 and twice in grade 1. Andrew moved up to professional in 2004 and won a number of prizes in the very competitive B.C. piping scene. He won the United States Silver Medal competitions in Kansas City in 2007. In 2010, Andrew won the United States Gold Medal for piobaireachd in Kansas City.

As well as his North American success, Andrew has been a regular prizewinner at events in Scotland, including 2nd prize in the B Strathspey Reel at Oban in 2010.

Andrew was a member of the Robert Malcolm Memorial juvenile pipe band for several years, finishing off as pipe major of the band. He won three World Juvenile Championships with RMM, and he has won the World Championship with the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band.