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One of the most exciting arts events in the Cayman Islands - the 2021 Cayman Arts Festival - will be taking place from 4-13...
Bella Rooney (vocals) and James Brake (piano) will be performing at the George Town Public Library as part of the 'Music at the Library' series.
Cayman Arts Festival is hosting another installment of its Music at the Library series, with a host of talented young musicians performing on Thursday...
This Thursday, enjoy the extraordinary sounds of organ and violin in harmony at St. George's Anglican Church. Featuring Heidi Ordaz-Nyack on organ and Sarah Elizabeth...
The Cayman Arts Festival and Cayman Islands Public Library Service have joined forces once again to host a musical evening at the George Town...
Anyone who supports or attends the Cayman Arts Festival's events is well familiar with its roster of extraordinarily talented musical performers. On 19 Aug., CAF...
The Cayman Arts Festival continues with its goal to enrich the lives of students through music, by presenting ‘Decades: A Musical Journey Through Time’ – a concert performed by the Cayman Youth Choir.
One of the most exciting arts events in the Cayman Islands - the Cayman Arts Festival - will be taking place this month, with a raft of international and local musical talent on the calendar.
Shoppers looking for unique Christmas presents were not disappointed Saturday at the first Compass Media Christmas Community Craft Fair, which attracted 50 vendors. The event,...
Once again, the audience is invited to spend the evening in the presence of some of New York’s brightest stars. The four headliners are...
Cayman Arts Festival continues to present entertaining, high-quality events to Cayman’s music lovers. Following a well-established tradition, the piano recital on Thursday will introduce one of the most experienced pianists from the UK, Martin Roscoe, to the Cayman Islands.
Cayman’s music lovers need not worry that the arrival of summer will lead to a drought of live music events.
Cayman Arts Festival is known for its promotion of young artists from its After School Programme and prominent overseas performers invited to perform on the island such as Joey Alexander, the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Andrei Ionita.
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.
The Cayman Arts Festival is known for bringing extraordinary talents to the Cayman Islands for its annual events.
The Red Violinist is returning to Cayman. After her last sold-out performance during the Cayman Arts Festival in 2016, Elizabeth Pitcairn will once again be enchanting local audiences on Nov. 3. Those who attend the event will also have the privilege of seeing her famous Stradivarius.
London-based award-winning pianist Rebeca Omordia will perform at a concert in Cayman on Thursday evening, hosted by the Cayman Arts Festival.
The old George Town Public Library will transform into a concert and performing arts venue once a month, starting this Thursday evening.
With no cellphones and no internet, the Luzerne Music Center might not be the summer vacation destination of choice for many youngsters.
Cayman Arts Festival will present “Music Bazaar” on Saturday, May 19, in the Marriott Resort ballroom – a fundraising event to help the not-for-profit entity continue to support its various initiatives and programs.
On Saturday evening, just a few days before Valentine’s Day, the Cayman Arts Festival hosted some of New York’s finest cabaret singers to perform “Isn’t It Romantic?” at the Marriott Beach Resort.
Weekender Spotlight is back and Editor Vicki Wheaton once again shares the weekend's top events. From the Cayman Arts Festival Broadway night at the Marriott to The Wailers at the Royal Palms, this pre-Valentine's Day weekend is packed with fun.
One of the most exciting arts events in the Cayman Islands, the 2018 Cayman Arts Festival, will take place next week, with a raft of international and local musical talent waiting to entertain local audiences.
British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason held a music workshop on Friday for students from John Gray High School, Clifton Hunter High School, Red Bay Primary School and Triple C School.
Cayman Arts Festival is excited to present another evening of fabulous entertainment to its audience.
The Christmas season continues with a full weekend schedule of festivities. Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton looks ahead at the Cayman Arts Festival, the Capella Music Festival, the Christmas Spectacular and more.
For the last four years Cayman Arts Festival have worked with the government schools to identify and support gifted and talented students. Cayman Arts then puts everything possible in place to help the identified students succeed.
The students in the Cayman Arts Festival music program do not need to be convinced to stay behind after school to practice their instruments.
The Cayman Arts Festival is aiming high as it launches its autumn season with an opening performance on Oct. 14 by outstanding young pianist Matei Varga, who will no doubt delight Cayman’s music lovers.
The Cayman Arts Festival is once again presenting world-class performances on a local stage. Pianist extraordinaire Glen Inanga will be playing in the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort Ballroom on Thursday to the delight of music fans. Expect an evening of entertainment and enlightenment, starting with an hour of open bar and canapés.
Young students of stringed instruments in Cayman are getting a boost thanks to the efforts of the Cayman Arts Festival, and support from local residents, among them, violin shop owner Adam Johnson. “About a year ago, I read an appeal in the Compass from the Cayman Arts Festival’s Glen Inanga for cellos for George Town Primary School.”
The Dama Trio from Italy and the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble, as the two main concerts, as well as local talent performing in fringe events, are among the highlights of the upcoming Cayman Arts Festival.
It’s rare that the Cayman Arts Festival schedules an evening of music without instrumental accompaniment, but then the Singrays a cappella group is a rare breed of performers.
The Cayman Arts Festival, in its ongoing bid to bring top-quality musical talent to the Cayman Islands, is welcoming Catrin Finch to the local stage on Tuesday. The world-famous harpist will be playing in The Ritz-Carlton’s ballroom for one night only, and the public is encouraged to come out and hear a true aficionado who has performed for audiences everywhere, including the Royal Family.
‘Collected stories’ at Harquail Studio; Chamber Golf Classic; Singrays at Sunset; Cayman Arts Festival—Catrin Finch Harp Recital; and Table Talk Food Awards
An appeal for stringed instruments for talented young musicians tugged at the heartstrings of donors who have supplied students with 10 new violins.