Central’s Flying Pans Steel Band and Flying Pans Alumni Steel Band perform a joint concert featuring Caribbean music for the Homecoming festivities. At 1pm in Douwstra Auditorium on Central’s campus. Free and open to the public.
Tribute to Ken “Professor” Philmore, under the patronage of the Philmore family. All are welcome.
Keston Philmore Marchan
Professor songs by:
Del Toro and more.
Miami Panorama, participating bands: Lauderhill Steel Ensemble, Miami Vibez Steel Orchestra, New Generation Branches, Resurrection Steel Orchestra, Sticks ‘n Tones Inc. Featuring: Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra in their first U. S. appearance since Panorama TnT “So Long I Ain’t See Yuh”.
Music Literacy & Education Conference. Come and join in on the discussions as we attempt to bridge gaps that currentli exist. Conference Chair: Dr. Mia Gormandy-Benjamin, Assistant Professor of Music UTT. Witness the soft launch of PanNotation.
The conference is free to the public. However seats are going fast, so be sure to register via this link.
Stars of Trinidad and Tobago. Line up: Renegades Steel Orchestra, Desperadoes Steel Orchestra, Trinidad All Stars, Blaxx, D’ All Starz, Anslem Douglas.
Powder People all aboard Miami Carnival Parade with Massy Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra.
Mark Loquan Music under the auspices of the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts brings to YOU, the people of Trinidad & Tobago “a gift” celebrating Mark Loquan’s 20th year of music for the steelpan.
Come out and enjoy a grand evening of music under the baton of Artistic Director/Conductor Akua Leith. Featuring: National Steel Symphony Orchestra, National Philharmonic Orchestra, National Theatre Arts Company, Destra Garcia, Liam Teague, Len “Boogsie” Sharpe, The Lydians, UTT Jazz Ensemble, Rachel Shanaqua Fortune, and Johanna Chuckaree.
Tickets will be available on a first come first served basis at NAPA box office from Thursday 10th October – Saturday 12th October. There is a LIMIT OF 2 TICKETS PER PERSON. Ticket reservations WILL NOT be accepted.
North Tyneside Steelband 30th Anniversary Concert.
Wheelchair users please select floor. If there are no available spaces please ring the box office on 0191 258 4111.
The Steel Drum Ensembles program will present a concert of Halloween favorites. This is an ideal concert for families where you can dress in costume and join the fun.
The ensembles, directed by Music Professor Martin Hearne, will perform “Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters,” “The Addams Family” theme and other Halloween songs.
Get your tickets now for a special Bahamas Hurricane Relief Benefit concert, October 25th at Memorial Episcopal Church.
The concert will feature the Catonsville High School Steel Drum Band. Celebrating its 28th anniversary, CHS Steel, the Catonsville High School Steel Band directed by Jim Wharton and Andrew Hamilton, was founded in 1991 and for seven years was the only school steel drum program in the state of Maryland. From a four-piece ensemble, the band has grown to its present size of 17 musicians.
Formed as a means for students to study and perform music from a culture other than their own, the band shares the music of Trinidad and Tobago with audiences throughout the Maryland region.
100% of the revenue from the concert will go to Episcopal Relief and Development’s Hurricane Relief Fund. Working through their vast disaster response network and the more than 100 Anglican/Episcopal Churches in the Bahamas they will ensure that relief and rebuilding efforts are delivered quickly and efficiently.