The Caribbean Current presents its first annual Caribbean Voices & Pan Show, featuring spectacular musical performances from Steve Higgins, Braata Folk Singers, PANLARA Youth Steel Orchestra, and Spoken Word by Jillian Moore. Caribbean Voices & Pan Show 2018 will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2018, from 7 pm – 10 pm at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 7601 Hanover Pkwy, Greenbelt, MD.
“One spectacular evening of Caribbean music and spoken word, that is what you can expect at Caribbean Voices & Pan Show, 2018,” stated Karl Haughton of The Caribbean Current.
The esteemed vocalist, Steve Higgins, has directed many singing groups, including The Fifty-Voice South Florida Caribbean Chorale for which he is the Founding Director. He is a recording artiste certified by the Associate Boards of the Royal School of Music (Voice), and he has three solo albums to his credit. His albums cover upbeat jazz, love songs, religious classics, and authentic Jamaican Folk Songs.
Steve sang with David Reid and Cecil Cooper as a group called Dem 3 Jamaican Tenors; their splendid performances have wowed many audiences.
Steve has toured in Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean for over 25 years, and produced the annual Steve Higgins & Friends show for the past 15 years. He has performed favourites from Classical and Jazz to popular musical genres infused with Island music from his native Jamaica. Steve has sung at the New York Mets Games and was the headliner at the Birmingham (UK) Commonwealth Association’s Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of her 90th birthday.
In 2012, the Jamaican Consulate in Miami presented Steve Higgins with the Honor Roll Certificate as a Change Maker in the South Florida community. In 2013, Jamaica’s Ministry of Culture awarded him a Certificate of Appreciation.
Popular Jamaican personality Michael Campbell and author Joelle Wright are your hosts for the event. Enjoy Steve Higgins LIVE! @ Caribbean Voices & Pan Premier Show. Get tickets at www.caribbeanloyaltyrewards.com or call 888.200.7207.