Ewabo Calypso Band
Presented by Penn State York's Office of Student Affairs
Tue. September 11, 2018 at 7:00 pm
-This event does not require tickets-
With a particular emphasis on the "Steeldrum," better known as “Pan” to the people of it's native land (Trinidad & Tobago), Ewabo is recognized as one of the preeminent Caribbean calypso bands in the mid-Atlantic region. Ewabo’s skill and dedication to indigenous island music and the playing of Pan Drums (the predominant art form in the Caribbean) has propelled the trio to prominence in the mainstream of contemporary world music. With the benefit of a variety of backgrounds in the arts, the musicians of Ewabo utilize their experiences to entertain, astound and educate audiences on the potpourri of Caribbean culture. The success of Ewabo is attributable to a strong belief shared by band members, Frank Javois (Keyboards), Roger Greenidge (Pan Drums) and Tim Hamm (Vocals/Congas) whose motto, “ONE LOVE," is embodied in their vast array of exceptional musical arrangements of traditional and contemporary calypso, reggae and Pan Drum music.
For more information on this event, contact Dan Pucccio at firstname.lastname@example.org.