Carlos Perrote, former music director of the late Andy Palacio and the Garifuna Collective will be the teacher at the First San Pedro Music Summer Camp from July 22 till August 9, 2013 at the SPHS.

During three weeks children ages 5-18 will learn to play the typical music instruments of the Caribbean. From Monday to Friday during classes of each 90 minutes daily, participants will experience Steel Pans, Garifuna drums, Congas, Batas, Timbal, Cajon, Tamboras, drum sets as well as piano and guitar.

When: July 22 to August 9, 2013
                         
Where: At the San Pedro High School                  
                       
Teacher:  Mr. CARLOS PERROTE - The Omolewa Osain Project
        
Courses:  Steel Drums, Percussion Instruments, Piano and guitar, beginners and advanced
        
Monday to Friday 90 minutes daily during 3 weeks
Class 1:     8:30–10 a.m. for participants 5-11 years of age
Class 2:     10:30- 12 a.m. for participants 12-18 years of age
Class 3:     3-4:30 p.m.   Advanced

All percussion instruments for the classes will be provided.

On Saturday afternoon, August 10 at 4 p.m. all participants of the First San Pedro Music Summer Camp will perform together during a concert for their parents and the public audience.  

The First San Pedro Music Summer Camp will be organized by Elisabeth Hobarth Telephone 226 3755  (daily 7 a.m.- 4 p.m.) , e-mail lizhobarth@yahoo.com


We are still in the planning phase and looking for sponsors to cover the expenses, because we want to offer the classes more affordable for the children of San Pedro. Carlos Perrote will provide various percussion instruments to each participant, which will be shipped on the barge from Belize City courtesy of our sponsor, the CARIBBEAN QUEEN.

Still we are looking for a two bedroom condominium with kitchen for Carlos Perrote and his three children to stay from July 19 till August 12., preferable near the SPHS, or the funds to cover these expenses. (Anyone wishing to help kindly contact Ms. Elisabeth Hobarth)

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