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The Sound of a People 2.0...
Etienne Charles returns to Queen’s Hall for Carnival
year after he staged a
sold out concert in the
midst of the Carnival
season, jazz trumpeter
Etienne Charles will
return to Queen’s Hall
on Sunday, January 14 for the second
edition of his concert Carnival: The
Sound of a People 2.0, presented by
Monlo Music Ltd
The concert will feature never
before heard compositions inspired
by themes and traditions of Carnival
as well as music from his latest album
Carnival: The Sound of a People
Carnival: the Sound of a People
is an opus that continues Charles’
penchant for the rituals of his
homeland, composed after four
months of travel and deep research
across T&T to unearth the arts of
Carnival that highlight the vivid and
vast elements of our culture and
What he discovers is that Carnival
traditions alive and thriving in
areas with strong communities
and families. Art forms such as the
Tamboo Bamboo, Stick Fighting,
Tambrin, Jab Jab, Blue Devils, Black
Indian, Moko Jumbie, Fancy Sailor,
Dame Lorraine, Steel and Iron Bands
continue to grow and evolve after
being passed from generation to
generation through the oral tradition.
This January 14 concert will
dig deeper into our Carnival
traditions featuring some obscured
performance traditions as well
as goes into ideas of the dialogue
between mas and society with
respect to social commentary as well
The music will comprise some of
the hits performed last year including
Jab Molassie and Dame Lorraine.
“The music is more adventurous
as well as abstract for this show,
with strong elements of social
commentary,” says Charles.
The concert will feature Charles’s
stellar the New York-based band
comprising Godwin Louis (alto sax);
James Francies (piano); Alex Wintz
(guitar); Jonathan Michel (bass); Obed
Calvaire (drums); plus special guests
Claxton Bay Tamboo Bamboo, 2001
Jab Molassie, Eric Nicholson, Keisha
Julien-Rocke and folk drummers
Everald ‘Redman’ Watson and Wayne
Monlo Music Ltd has expressed
thanks for the generous support from
Gold Sponsor Republic Bank.
There will be a
complimentary wine &
cheese sampling reception
the concert for attendees
courtesy of HADCO.
On Thursday, January
11 at 5.30 pm, Charles
will host a free screening
of videos he captured
showing his research,
at IMAX Theatre at ONE
The screening will
be accompanied by
a panel discussion
videographer Maria Nunes
and recording engineer
Charles has extended
thanks to the management
of IMAX for supporting his
efforts to foster a deeper
understanding of our
Internationally renowned musician Etienne Charles acknowledges masqueraders as he
performs on the streets of Port-of-Spain on Carnival day.
Etienne Charles and Monlo Music will stage The Sound of a People 2.0 at
Queen’s Hall next Sunday.
Etienne Charles performs at last year’s premiere of The Sound of a People.
Etienne Charles, a Guggenheim Fellow
in the Creative Arts who serves as
Associate Professor of Jazz Studies at
Michigan State University, recently
received an NAACP Image Award
Nomination for his work as Co-Producer,
Composer, Arranger, Trumpeter and
Percussionist on the album Petite
Afrique by Somi.
Carnival: The Sound of a People 2.0 will
take place on January 14 at Queen’s Hall,
St Ann’s at 6 pm.
Tickets, priced at $300, can be bought at
the following locations:
Queen’s Hall Box Office, 624-1284
Häagen Dazs, Westmall, 632-4160
Häagen Dazs, Shops of Trincity, Tissue
Häagen Dazs, South Park, San Fernando,
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