Soul Caribbean brings a variety of musical styles to Town Hall's stage in a true celebration of black music, featuring performances from Town Hall Gospel Choir and other local singers.
Following its success as a curtain raiser in a performance the weekend before the 2012 Olympics, Soul Caribbean presents a set of significant new arrangements of pan-Caribbean songs, written and performed by highly talented black artists. It was originally conceived as a project commissioned for the BT River of Music festival.
The Soul Caribbean choirs, underpinned by Town Hall Gospel choir, will perform a varied programme including Oye Como Va, You don't love me (No, no, no) and Monkey Man. This collection of well-loved songs explores a range of forms from ska, reggae, soul and soca, all the way through to salsa, RnB and calypso. Showcasing a blend of musical genres and singers from different backgrounds under one roof, Soul Caribbean promises to be an evening of high quality music and great entertainment.
Easily one of the best concerts I have attended this year, Soul Noel is a beautiful, spiritually uplifting experience. Soul Culture
When it comes to making a joyful noise, the stars of Jazz, Gospel and Afrobeat cannot be beat... ****Evening Standard
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