Giants of Caribbean Music set to star in New York June Concert
New York - Abstract Entertainment hosts its annual Steel Pan Jazz concert on June 16th 2007. This year the event will be held in the Allen Room at the prestigious Frederick P. Rose Hall - The House of Jazz - Lincoln Center in New York City.
This year's concert presents the internationally famous David Rudder and the Caribbean All Stars, and features world-renowned and veteran steelpan master Robert Greenidge, and famed percussionist and recording artist Ralph McDonald. The coming together of these major music talents under the auspices of Lincoln Center is indeed an historical moment and achievement. These three musical iconic giants have become legends in their own time.
This Steelpan Jazz concert is one of the world's most sought-after steelpan marquee events. In a relatively short time Abstract Entertainment under the leadership of Mr. Ralph Ramsey has firmly established the annual Father's Day weekend event as one of the premier steelpan music events in North America.
The steelpan instrument has exploded in popularity recently as steelband performing groups and organizations can now be found in schools, churches and colleges across North America in addition to every sector of the globe. Indeed, the steelpan (the only acoustical music instrument developed in the 20th century) has come a long way from its humble beginnings in the Caribbean twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago. The instruments mercuric rise can only be described as phenomenal. All genres of music are played on the instrument.
The show is expected to be sold out well in advance, according to the producers, as a result of its all-star line up, in conjunction with the normal Father's Day weekend intrigue and on-going Caribbean Month celebration.
Tickets are available now.
For more information and to order tickets online, go to http://www.acousticrev.com/ or email email@example.com , or call 1-516-802-4129
SOURCE: Pan on the Net