Originaires de Trinidad, ces époustouflants virtuoses du bidon métallique forment une philharmonie vibrante, capable de naviguerd’un répertoire à l’autre et de transcender les genres: de la Sonate “Clair de lune” à l’“Ode à la joie”, leurs interprétations des pagesles plus célèbres de Beethoven ne manqueront pas de vous étonner!
Beethoven: Symphonie n°1 en ut majeur opus 21 (4ème mouvement)
Beethoven: Sonate pour piano n°14 en ut dièse mineur opus 27 n°2 “Clair de lune”
Beethoven: Bagatelleen la mineur WoO 59 “Lettre à Élise”
Beethoven: Sonate pour piano n°8 en ut mineur opus 13 “Pathétique”
Beethoven: Marche turque, extrait des Ruines d’Athènes
Beethoven: Romance pour violon et orchestre n°2 en fa majeur opus 50
Beethoven: Symphonie n°5 en ut mineur opus 67 (1er mouvement)
Beethoven: “Ode à la joie”, extrait de la Symphonie n°9 en ré mineur opus 125 “Chorale”
Renegades Steel Orchestra à La Folle Journée. Les concerts du Kiosque (dans la Grande Halle de la Cité des Congrès) sont gratuits. Ils sont accessibles avec un billet pour un concert du même jour.
Pan Arts is celebrating 20 years of bringing the sweet sounds of steel drum music to the North Coast, with a free open house and community workshop.
There will be light food fare, performances by beginning/intermediate Pan Arts students and a short selection of music by Pan Dulce Steel Orchestra, the resident community band. A free introductory workshop, taught in the traditional rote style of Trinidad and Tobago, will be offered at 7 p.m. for those interested in learning to play. This teaching style allows those with little or no musical experience to join in the joy of music making.
Pan Arts began 20 years ago when local musicians Kate Lang-Salazar, John Salazar and Michael Skweir, inspired by performing in the 120-piece steel bands of Trinidad and Tobago, dreamed of bringing the spirit and camaraderie of Trinidad’s “Panyard” to the North Coast. Since then, they have taught steel drum, or “Pan,” classes to students of all ages and ability levels, worked with numerous local schools and directed Pan Dulce Steel Orchestra, an 18-piece steel band that performs for a wide range of local community festivals and events.
Please join us for the first performance in our 2020 Concert Series, with guest artist Daron Roberts at One World Theatre. Roberts will perform with the Inside Out Community Steelband and the KIPP Austin Collegiate Steelband. This combined group will perform Roberts’ original musical arrangements and feature him as a soloist.
Daron Roberts is a multi-faceted percussionist, composer, educator and performer, currently based in Norfolk, Virginia where he serves as the Rhythm Project Associate Director. He is originally from Trinidad and Tobago, and he earned his Master’s Degree in Steelpan from Northern Illinois University and his Bachelors in Music Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Live in the Library: Steelpan with Suzette Vidale.
Ray Funk helps to kick off ttff’s 15th anniversary year!
The trinidad+tobago film festival is delighted to reprise beloved carnival aficionado, Ray Funk’s video presentation and talk, Gone But Not Forgotten, as part of our 15th anniversary celebrations!
Funk will present a celebration of pan pioneers who have passed away. His presentation will include a newly-discovered ten minute film called Panboo (shot in 1954), as well as clips of pan visionaries Ellie Mannette, Kim Loy Wong, Cliff Alexis, Pat Bishop, Ken “Professor” Philmore, Clyve Bradley and Jit Samaroo. This presentation was first offered as part of the film festival’s programming last August at CARIFESTA
Since CARIFESTA, Funk has continued to search for more rare early footage, and is excited to screen what he believes is the first film about steelpan. He found a newspaper clipping in a Canadian newspaper from 1955 referring to this short film, and arranged for it to be digitized from an archive. Funk only just got a copy and is very excited. “Before Panboo, there were a couple very short pieces of steelband footage in newsreels, but this is the first film about pan,” explains Funk. “It features the Woodbrook band Dixie Stars, who had traveled to Toronto as the first Esso Steel Band and later settled in Bermuda. It traces the evolution of pan from skin drums to steel, and it seems to have only ever had a few public showings in Canada back in the 1950s. I believe it is the first time anyone has seen this film in over sixty years!”
Gone But Not Forgotten is presented in partnership with The National Gas Company (NGC), The National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago and The Central Bank Museum.
Wayne Ricardo Gibson spiel karibische Klänge zum Valentinstag.
The 8th Annual One Evolution whiteout edition of Sons of Steel with Olujimi La Pierre, Noel La Pierre, Earl La Pierre Jr., Natasha Joseph and special guests: Abebele, Tony Prescott, Earl La Pierre Sr., all backed by Faces the band. Must war white!
Celebrate Carnival 2020 with Inside Out Steelband! The Inside Out Community Steelband, Bowie High School Steelband, McCallum High School Knights of Steel will perform as a mass steelband, and the McCallum High School Samba Knights and Austin Samba School will present a dynamic Brazilian drumming and dance set.
This performance is free and family friendly!
Winter blues got you down? Get into the Mardi Gras spirit with the warm Caribbean sounds of the Cornell College Steel Drum Ensembles.
This concert is great for the whole family and is free and open to the public.
The Pandemonium and Toucan Steel Pan Ensembles with special guests the Calypso Singers and Calypso Horns feature both student musicians and alumni. Directing the ensembles will be Professor of Music Martin Hearne and Alan Kiser.
Come out and listen as they play some of your favorites and offer you the chance to hear some of their new music.