EXPERIENCE THE PRESENCE OF GOD THROUGH THE SOUNDS OF JAZZ!
Join us as we celebrate Caribbean-American Heritage Month, featuring The Elan Trotman Group, comprised of Elan Trotman (Saxophone), Kareem Thompson (Steel Pan), Anthony Steele (Drums), Mark Copeland (Keyboards), Zack Rochester (Bass), and Tyrone Chase (Guitar).
There’s nothing like the sound of a steel pan to transport you to a place in your mind where you can envision sandy beaches, beautiful clear waters, and sumptuous blue skies. Be prepared to experience this feeling, while grooving to melodic, Caribbean-inspired Jazz at the next Emmanuel Baptist Church Jazz Vespers honoring Caribbean-American Heritage Month, taking place on Sunday, June 29th from 3pm-5pm, featuring The Elan Trotman Group.
The Elan Trotman Group is comprised of 5 Berklee College of Music alumni, and showcases Trotman's compositions in a unique Caribbean Jazz setting, featuring sax and steel drums, along with a 4-piece rhythm section. Saxophonist Elan Trotman is an award-winning recording artist from the island of Barbados. Be sure to invite your friends and family!
With a wonderfully eclectic mix of jazz musicians, mind-blowing acoustics, and spirit-filled music that will touch your soul, our Jazz Vespers service is not to be missed.
To find out more about Emmanuel Baptist Church Jazz Vespers, visit http://ebcconnects.com/jazzvespers/