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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...
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...
In the space of 90 minutes, Governor Martyn Roper was whisked through a series of crash courses in steel pan playing, chemistry, sushi making, media production and computer programming.
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.
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.
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 Cayman Arts Festival will bring four events to music lovers this autumn, showcasing world-class performer Catrin Finch and many local artists, including flautists Elizabeth Malkin and Daniela Granados (winner of the 2016 Butterfield Musician of the year), clarinetist Deidra Campbell, pianists Glen Inanga and Allie Cortens, soprano Georgina Gatto and tenor Arek Nicholson.
Revered musical talent and pianist, Glen Inanga, will be delighting audiences once again when he performs works by Beethoven, Chopin and Schumann on April 21 at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church on Pedro Castle Road.
Classical violin soloist Elizabeth Pitcairn wowed the audience playing her famous red violin at her Cayman Arts Festival performance Saturday night at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church in Savannah.
The Cayman Arts Festival Music on the Menu dinner series returns Jan. 28, presenting performances from a variety of talented artists. Dubbed “Soundscape,” the event...