Music Amateurs Choir is Tobago’s, and arguably Trinidad and Tobago’s, longest–surviving choral ensemble. Over the past five decades, this choir has established itself as Tobago’s premier classically oriented chorale group, and has been thrilling audiences, locally and regionally, with outstanding renditions of its music selections.
Venue: St. John's Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA, UK
Abigail Kelly is a classically-trained signer who was born, raised and lives in Birmingham. She last gave a UK concert at Birmingham Cathedral in October 2012 as part of Jamaica's 50th Independence celebrations. In the audience of nearly 300 people was Susan Haynes-Elcock, a UK Diabetic champion from Wolverhampton, who was so impressed that she vowed to ensure that Abigail's talent be showcased in London.
Venue: ST. ANN'S BAY PARISH CHURCH, Church Stree, St. Ann's Bay.
The Jamaica Symphony Orchestra presents A Classical Rendezvous, with classical favourites from Beethoven, Mozart and Dvorak as well as symphonic work by Jamaica's Jon Williams. Performers include Franklin Haliburton(Baritone), The R'VAA Woodwind Quartet, Rafael Salazar (Clarinet) and Althea Neblett (Oboe).
British Dependency (BD) is a versatile trio from Anguilla: guitar, bass and drums.
Raised in the Caribbean, BD has been influenced by Soca, Zouk, Calypso, and Reggae. Additionally - and fortunately, in their words - they have been exposed to and moved by music beyond the region. Their sound and songs reflect this combination uniquity.