Quiana Erb dances on the Harquail Theatre stage as part of the ‘Fiesta’ concert last Sunday. The Cayman National Orchestra, conducted by Musical Director Jonathan Taylor, performed a repertoire spanning Spanish and Latin American music.
Instead of hosting its traditional flower show this year, the Garden Club of Grand Cayman is inviting members of the public to embrace their inner designer and showcase Cayman’s beauty in a horticultural and floral exhibition in May.
They played with Cuba’s national youth orchestra. They busked on the street. They sat in class with other young musicians. And they attended a multi-faceted performance of Mozart’s Requiem at Havana’s main theater for performing arts.
In case you had not heard, this is the weekend to celebrate the Emerald Isle with festivities, pints of Guinness and lots of live music. You do not have to be Irish to appreciate the craic, which will be apparent when you spy the melting pot of cultures joining in the fun.
The Cayman Islands chapter of 100 Women in Finance is set to host its sixth annual Barefoot Beach Gala on Saturday, March 23, at Royal Palms.
From Shakespeare to drama and now ballet, Culture at the Cinema continues to bring the best of the world’s stage to Cayman via the wonders of technology.
The 100+ Women Who Care Cayman Islands chapter recently announced its new board of directors for 2019. What started as an idea in the U.S. over a decade ago has blossomed into an extraordinarily successful movement which benefits many charities around the world.
Adjunct culinary instructor Elardo McDonald carves an angelfish out of a block of ice as students look on.
Residents took advantage of free health screenings at the Cayman Islands Hospital Thursday, designated as World Kidney Day.
Canadian Amanda Lindhout, the keynote speaker at this year’s Power of the Purse event on March 22, says whether she liked it or not, she had to become a survival expert.