PAMM Caribbean Cultural Institute presents ‘The Sound of a People by Etienne Charles’

June 3, 2023  -CNW News  -In celebration of National Caribbean Heritage Month, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) presents The Sound of a People by Etienne Charles, with sights, sounds, and movements of Trinidad and Tobago’s world-famous Carnival celebration.

The event which will be held on Thursday, June 22 at 7 pm, is organized by trumpeter, percussionist, and composer Etienne Charles.

This high-energy spectacle brings the street energy of the Trinbagonian Carnival to the stage. Mixing multimedia and traditional carnival characters live with band Creole Soul, Charles’ original compositions are brought to life with ritualistic imagery, grooves, and dances.

Following the performance, dancers from Miami Carnival will join in the after-performance celebrations and dance to Caribbean sounds and beats with a live set by Akia Dorsainvil aka DJ Pressure Point.

Miami Carnival has a long-standing tradition of providing a kaleidoscope of Caribbean cultures under one umbrella.

This medley of ingredients includes color, energy, pageantry, music, and excitement rooted in Caribbean culture. The Parade of Bands features the colorful costumes of over 20,000 masqueraders and revelers parading and competing for bragging rights.

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