History of Steelpan with Dejehan Hamilton a.k.a “Luckysti...The Burlington Performing Arts Centre Burlington, Ontario
Multicultural, Music — Talks and Discussion
Many of us have heard the sweet melodies of the steelpan on the beaches of the Caribbean and the streets of our cities. However, many do not realize the history behind the sweet melodies that were founded from a history of oppression, pain and violence. Join Dejehan "Luckystickz" Hamilton, Canada's first Steelpan player to graduate from the prestigious Berklee College of Music, as we journey from the islands to Canada in this melodic black history presentation.
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440 Locust Street
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC), located in beautiful downtown Burlington, is a cultural hub of the community and offers the best in the performing arts to the citizens of Burlington. This event is part of our inaugural Cultural Diversity Festival, supported by the City of Burlington’s ‘Cultural Diversity Initiative.’ Together with Halton Black History Awareness Society and Redleaf Cultural Integration, we will be offering 2 days of exciting performers, workshops, lectures and activities for all ages that celebrate diversity.
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This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Poetry, Performance, Hip Hop, Family Friendly, Drumming, Contemporary, All Ages, hub-burlingtonperformingarts