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THE CARIBBEAN CRUISERS

PERFORMANCE & RECORDING HIGHLIGHTS

Caribbean Cruisers perform on ABC’s The View (2015)
(viewable upon request from arthur@arthurlipner.com)

Arthur records Steel Drums for United Airlines Inflight Safety Video (hear it at 3:21!) (2014)

Arthur performs/teaches in Iceland and Turkey (2014)

Arthur performs at the world-famous Blue Note Jazz club, NYC (2013)

Arthur teaches and performs during residency at Iowa State Univ. (2013)

Arthur performs/teaches in UK/Holland/Belgium (2012)

Arthur wrapping up production of his documentary Talking Sticks (2012)

Arthur performs on Programa do Jo in Sao Paulo, Brazil - the Brazilian equivalent of Late Night with David Letterman (2011)

Arthur Lipner cd "Brasilian Vibes" nominated for "Best Brasilian cd of 2010" by Brasilian Press Awards (2010)
Arthur Lipner performs in Croatia, Slovenia and Brazil (2009)
Food Network event (2009)
Radio City Music Hall (2008)
Arthur Lipner performs in Ghana with The Ghana National Dance
Company(2007)
Goldman Sachs Annual Event/Central Park Zoo (2007)
"Directions For Our Youth" March in Harlem (2006)
Godspeed Sailboat Arrival Ceremony, South St. Seaport, NYC (2006)
Association of Performing Arts Presenters (2005)
Institute For Children With Cancer Benefit (2005)
Arthur Lipner tours in Brazil, Mexico and Europe (2004)
Radio City Music Hall Special Events (2003)
Americares Dominican Republic fundraiser (2002)
General Electric “Wind Energy” tv commercial (2002)
Lime-Away tv commercial (2001)
Sunny Ledfurd “The White Disk’ (MCA Records) (2001)
“Caribbean Steel Drums” BMC Records (Lipner Producer) (2001)
Lincoln Center Outdoor Concert Series (1999)
Soundtrack for French film “Boingo” (1999)
CBS Morning News (1999)
Fuji TV Japan shoot (NYC) (1998)
Lipner Workshop at The Juilliard School (1997)
Princeton University Performance (1997)
Garden State Arts Center (1996)
GAP print shoot (1996)
Lipton Tea tv commercial (1996)
Columbia University(1995)
Trump Castle (1994)
Asean Jazz Festival, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1992)
Hobbit Arts Center, Tokyo, Japan (1991)
Club Med, Martinique, West Indies (1990)
Royal Palace, King of Morocco, Marrakesh, Morocco (1990)
Grand Opening of World Financial Center Winter Garden (1986)


Tropical Music Productions has been providing music for the most discerning of clients since 1986. The Caribbean Cruisers perform at about 150 Special Events per year, mostly in the tri-state area but also out-of-town and overseas. In our 28 years we have entertained presidents, dignitaries, celebrities and the largest of corporations at the most famous venues in NYC. We strive to work closely with our clients to assure that our audiences can take full advantage of what we have to offer, and that our appearance at your event is something we can be proud of.

Band size can be from 2-10 pieces. Small groups of 2-3 pieces including steel drums offer an instrumentation perfect for background or atmosphere. As more instruments are added, more repertoire and energy can be created. Marimba Man Arthur Lipner’s marimba (www.arthurlipner.com), when available, will add a touch of virtuosity and class to make your event even more memorable.

Steel drums are unusual instruments due to their pitch range and challenging technique. They require musical knowledge and professional know-how to play. The same goes for properly planning Steel Drums and Caribbean Music for your event. Making a decision only by comparing prices in emails or short phone conversations often leads to an undesired outcome. So, at any stage of planning please give us a call to discuss the possibilities for your event. We offer you the voice of seasoned professionals - on the phone and on-site! (212) 288-1133 or (203) 761- 0357.

 

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