Ebony Steel Band Trust

Ebony Steel Band Trust

Awards
At the end of 2019, Steelasophical was awarded its 6th entertainment industry award. Crowned Best Caribbean Music Entertainment Company UK by Lux Life Magazine. Steelasophical is also known for a winning TV perfornance on Come Dine With Me, Music track used in the James Bond 007 movie casino Royale, and music albums selling would wide in over 42 countries.

SteelBand
With options of Solo, Duo, Trio and Fouro. Traditional acoustic for background music, meet and greet or performing along to quality backing trax through pro PA system for audiences up to 1000 people. The music repertoire is much more vast than any standard band. More than 300 core songs in over 14 genres. Steelasophical gets invited to perform at a host of venues and occasions that traditionally a normal steelband or steel drummer would not be considered.

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Ebony Steel Band Trust

20 01, 2020

Ebony Steel Band Trust

By |2020-02-21T09:46:34+00:00January 20th, 2020|Categories: UK Steel Bands|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Ebony Steel Band Trust Ebony Steel Band Trust Pepe Frances (mbe) "Have been involved in the steel band art form for over 50 years and i am a member of several steel band associations i am the current president of The British Association of Steel Bands and have been for 30 years plus I am the director of Ebony Steel Band Trust and I have also received the queens award for my voluntary work in the wider community and the mayors award for the voluntary work that I have done in the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea. I have just recently been awarded an MBE by the Queen in the birthday honours list

19 01, 2020

Pan Making Videos

By |2020-02-03T11:54:05+00:00January 19th, 2020|Categories: Education|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Pan Making Videos Pan Making Videos Pan Making Videos Pan Making Videos SteelPan Videos Origins of the steelpan (or steel drum) They say necessity is the mother of invention, and for emancipated black slaves living in and around Laventille, just outside Port of Spain, rhythm was an ancestral right and necessity to all celebrations. When the colonial government banned drumming, bamboo branches were used in what came to be known as tambu bamboo bands. During World War II, the government banned both tambu bamboo and Carnival.