The Nassau Music Society will feature Kenneth Law, cellist accompanied by Christy Lee, pianist, in an evening entitled: “Une Soiree Musicale” (a Musical Evening).
‘Send a Prayer’ – a song written by one of soft rock music’s all-time greats and performed by a leading Bahamian vocalist was launched to brighten the lives of children in need at Christmas.
The Nassau Music Society, in association with the Alliance Francaise des Bahamas, presents An Evening of Piano: Featuring 2012 winner of the French Victoires de la Musique for classical recording, Cyril Huve.
To the government of the day: one does not have to be a supporter of yours to be Bahamian. One is no less Bahamian if he or she does not, never did or never will support your Party.
Another avenue of Bahamian Art and Culture will be explored when Party in Paradise presents The Gaulin Bride, staged at The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas on November 10th, 2012.
Returning home after 10 years abroad, recovering expat Mike Dunphy now gets his travel fix in 800-word portions.
The Nassau Music Society starts its Season at the end of October and outlines a very interesting programme which includes featuring music written by composers from the Caribbean.
The Nassau Music Society will begin its 2012-2013 Season with two evenings of classical guitar featuring Philippe Loli and Leopoldo Giannola from Nice and Monaco.
Recording artist and marketer Margaret “Believe” Glynatsis’ recent appointment as A&R Director of Veal-Steen Music Publishing-Bahamas division may very well be the key that local artists have been waiting for.