Steel Pan Demonstration and Mini Concert

Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton

Celebrate Black History Month in Oakville with the Canadian Caribean Association of Halton.

Talented panists, Denise Als and Richard Cornelius, will teach you about the origins of the Steelpan and the variety of sounds that they make. Of course, that’s not all. In this fourteen-minute demonstration, you get an introduction carnival with a taste of the costumes and how it all comes together.

After the demonstration, be sure to enjoy the short concert where Denise and Richard entertain with a selection of pan classics and pop favourites.

Once you sign up for this program instructions on how to view the demonstration and concert will be emailed to you.

Book: Steel Pan Demonstration and Mini Concert

Community Classroom brings free arts, culture, heritage and environmental programs to students attending Oakville's publicly funded schools through in class visits and field trips.

Given that the look of the classroom is now very different, the Foundation has shifted its programming to a virtual platform and is available to not only Oakville students, but any student attending a school within the Halton District and Halton Catholic School Boards.

For any questions, please contact classroom@theocf.org.

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