With school coming back in session, United Jazz Foundation is kicking off its VI Youth Ensemble music education program for underserved teens in St. Thomas thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Liberty Foundation.
The Caribbean Music Festival will light up the stage in downtown Frederiksted at the Verne I. Richards Memorial Park, Saturday, May 27. The grounds will open at 5:30 p.m. with vendor booths and the St. Croix Rising Stars Steel Pan Orchestra will perform.
81C is presenting a new live music series in historic Charlotte Amalie featuring highly selective intimate performances by standout local and international music talent that is raw, adventurous and original.
In a first-of-its-kind event, EDM’s BPMs are headed for STT. If only one of those acronyms is familiar, you are forgiven. But those in the know are salivating for a St. Thomas music festival unlike any to date, concert promoters said Friday.
St. John may be a small island, but it attracts world-class talent. This claim will no doubt be proven true once again when Akua Allrich & The Tribe take to the stage at the St. John School of the Arts in Cruz Bay on Friday, March 24, at 6 p.m.
Street Level VI will present the VI Montessori Percussion Ensemble in its debut public performance at 3:45 p.m. during the Jaguar Band’s finale performance from 2-6 p.m., Sunday, March 19, at Sapphire Beach Bar. The ensemble will play during the Jaguars’ break.
Arawak Media is calling for all amateur musicians and entertainers in the Caribbean and Central America to submit their music videos to be featured at the second annual TropicSpin Music and Song Competition.
Because of an amazing Google team and eight coaches from the USVI who learned the BreakBeatCode curriculum, over 20 children, ages 12-17, got the opportunity to learn to create their own beats on a computer.
Four years ago following the devastation of hurricanes Irma and Maria, the St. John Recovery Choir sang a concert of Motown and Soul music, and it made the singers (and audience members) feel so good that they begged choir director Kristen Carmichael-Bowers to do it again. This year, she agreed.
Violins, cellos, flutes, trumpets, clarinets, steel pans, drums and more combine to create a unique sound of classical, Caribbean and pop music through the new Partners for Strings Virgin Islands Youth Orchestra.
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