Tag Archives: Steel Pan

  1. NCF Workshop sets the stage for Youth Steel Orchestra

    The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) is well underway to rekindling the National Youth Steel Orchestra in time for a grand performance in November. Last Friday, September 3, sixty students separated in groups of 10’s completed a three-week steel pan workshop at St Leonard’s Boys School. The students in the workshop comprised of pre-teen music and […]

    September 15, 2021MusicNo comments
  2. D’Chancellor brings forth Carnival 2017 track “Wajank”

    The word ‘Wajank‘ is a slang which originated in Trinidad and Tobago and is defined as a person who acts in an irresponsible or reckless manner. For Carnival 2017 Soca artiste Keston ‘D’Chancellor‘ Harris will be encouraging the masses to channel their inner wajank with his latest J’ouvert-centric release. ‘Wajank‘ was written by D’Chancellor and […]

    January 22, 2017MusicNo comments
  3. Using Corporate Responsibility to compete with Rock Hard Cement – Arawak Cement cajoles Daryll Jordan secondary by Donating 25 Computers

    Arawak Cement Company last week launched a multi-faceted, long term partnership with Darryl Jordan Secondary School with a donation of 25 computers. In making the presentation of the computers and announcing Arawak’s partnership with the neighbouring school, the new General Manager, Manuel Toro revealed that the company will be taking a keen interest in the […]

    April 9, 2016BusinessNo comments
  4. Patrons and Monarchs to Fly Blue for the Festival

    Two patrons of the Pan Fusion event and the Monarchs of all three major calypso competitions will fly blue for the Festival. This is the airline’s second year supporting Crop Over. JetBlue joined the Festival family in 2014 as a sponsor of Pan Fusion and as a prize sponsor of the three Monarchs in the […]

    July 30, 2015TravelNo comments
  5. Developing Barbadians through Music: NCF seeks talented folk

    The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) just celebrated the achievements of their graduates with the latest Beginners Steelpan, Guitar and Voice Training workshops, at a small ceremony held at its Dance Studio, West Terrace, St. James, in the presence of their families and friends. Cultural Officer – Music, Mr. Ronald Davis said that the three workshops […]

    June 22, 2015MusicNo comments
  6. “Jazz in the ‘Yard – a Heritage Gala,” Bridgetown Restoration encourages Heritage Tourism

    The restoration of a 200 year old tomb and the storage and reinterring of the nine lead coffins found there is one of the reasons behind the staging of a Heritage Gala and Jazz event on the historic grounds of St. Mary’s Church in the City. This unique event, slated for Saturday 6th June on […]

    May 7, 2015Featured, MusicNo comments
  7. Temporary traffic arrangements, re: “Pan pun de sand”

    Pan Pun De Sand takes place on Sunday, 13th July 2014 at Brandon’s Beach St. Michael between 4pm and 10pm. To facilitate this event a number of temporary traffic arrangements will be effect between 12md and 10pm. ROAD CLOSURE Brighton Beach Road South shall be closed to all vehicular traffic from its junction with Brighton […]

    July 12, 2014MusicNo comments
  8. Caribbean Fine Arts Fair (CaFA) 2014 Opening Gala includes Terry “Mexican” Arthur as part of the evening’s celebration

    TERRY “MEXICAN” ARTHUR is a 43 year old musician, producer and songwriter from the island of BARBADOS. He started playing music professionally at the tender age of nine in a community steel band from his home town of Britton’s Hill; St. Michael called the HARMONITES STEEL BAND. After leaving The Lodge School where he continued […]

    March 9, 2014GalleriesNo comments
  9. Kaiya Investments & SOL Petroleum – Warrens open for Barbados: If Music be the Fuel you Love? July 23, 2013Music, Photo GalleryNo comments