• 16 2017 November

    Saluting Ashley Murray Tropicalfete’s Music Educator

    The daughter of a Trinbagonian calypsonian, prominent musician and music teacher, Ashley Murray has been exposed to music from an early age. She began playing the guitar and recorder at the age of 6. Then, at age 11, she joined the Signal Hill Secondary School Steel Orchestra in Tobago, under the leadership of Mr. Frank Stanislaus. Ashley unreservedly spent

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    The daughter of a Trinbagonian calypsonian, prominent musician and music teacher, Ashley Murray has been exposed to music from an early age. She began playing the guitar and recorder at the age of 6. Then, at age 11, she joined the Signal Hill Secondary School Steel Orchestra in Tobago, under the leadership of Mr. Frank Stanislaus. Ashley unreservedly spent

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  • 06 2017 November

    Free Workshop on the Steel Pan Instrument

    Tropicalfete is hosting a Free Workshop to introduce the Steel Pan instrument to people in our community – You get to watch our Steel Pan Ensemble at practice – There is an opportunity to join our Steel Pan Ensemble – You will be taught basic technics on playing – You will learn a Musical Scale and Song – You

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    Tropicalfete is hosting a Free Workshop to introduce the Steel Pan instrument to people in our community – You get to watch our Steel Pan Ensemble at practice – There is an opportunity to join our Steel Pan Ensemble – You will be taught basic technics on playing – You will learn a Musical Scale and Song – You

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  • 05 2017 November

    Introductory Workshop on Copyrights and Royalties

    Tropicalfete  will again sponsor an :What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You for aspiring Caribbean songwriters, producers and artists interested in learning “the business of the business.” The seminar will be led by 40-year industry veteran Roger Meltzer, founding CEO and Director of A&R of the Hartford, CT-based indie Capsicum Records LLC and producer and host of The Capsicum Show, an internationally syndicated weekly reggae

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    Tropicalfete  will again sponsor an :What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You for aspiring Caribbean songwriters, producers and artists interested in learning “the business of the business.” The seminar will be led by 40-year industry veteran Roger Meltzer, founding CEO and Director of A&R of the Hartford, CT-based indie Capsicum Records LLC and producer and host of The Capsicum Show, an internationally syndicated weekly reggae

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  • 28 2017 May

    CARIBBEAN CULTURAL SHOWCASE 2017

    Tropicalfete is once again inviting you to a great day of cultural vibe, arts and entertainment for this year’s Caribbean Cultural Showcase on June 25, 2017 (Sunday) from 2PM to 4PM. This is to be held at Von King Park – Almira Kennedy Coursey Amphitheatre, 670 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216 (Marcy Ave., Tompkins Ave.) The audience will be

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    Tropicalfete is once again inviting you to a great day of cultural vibe, arts and entertainment for this year’s Caribbean Cultural Showcase on June 25, 2017 (Sunday) from 2PM to 4PM. This is to be held at Von King Park – Almira Kennedy Coursey Amphitheatre, 670 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216 (Marcy Ave., Tompkins Ave.) The audience will be

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  • 03 2017 February

    Cultural Programming at New York City Public School

    Tropicalfete is excited to announce we will be working with PS135 Sheldon A. Brookner School and IS 392 to provide cultural programming thanks to the support of City Council Member Darlene Mealy.

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    Tropicalfete is excited to announce we will be working with PS135 Sheldon A. Brookner School and IS 392 to provide cultural programming thanks to the support of City Council Member Darlene Mealy.

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  • 03 2017 February

    Awards to Steel Pan Students

    Students from Tropicalfete’s Steel Pan Ensemble getting their awards at Tropicalfete’s Coundown a Free Musical Gift to the Community held at Brooklyn Music School Play House

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    Students from Tropicalfete’s Steel Pan Ensemble getting their awards at Tropicalfete’s Coundown a Free Musical Gift to the Community held at Brooklyn Music School Play House

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Caribbean News

Trinidad & Tobago, WI: “Turner adds Flavour and Machel Montano To ‘She Bad’ Remix” In April 2017 when Trevon Turner emerged on the music scene in Trinidad and Tobago, the immediate response was overwhelming. His debut single ‘She Bad’ was the tool responsible for his major breakthrough in the music

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