Palm Beach Florida Music
The RythmTrail Steel Drum Band will perform today at the annual event of the Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce.
The PBA program is framed by an experienced expert who conveys and guides a Christian worldview. The festival aims to provide Palm Beach County audiences with the highest quality classical concerts during the summer months and to give fine musicians from the region the opportunity to play great chamber music and literature together. Made in Music in Palm Beach County is a series of individual and group performances that take place online, at home or at any available location.
West Palm Beach is also part of a major corridor connecting Miami, Fort Lauderdale and finally Orlando. For more information about the music scene in West Palm Beach, visit the PBA website.
This allows you to download up to five tracks per week and stream three hours of music per day. This allows you to download and stream up to five hours of music per day and allows you to stream as much music as you want as long as it is on your device.
The Guanabanas Tiki stage is performed by local, regional and national artists several days a week and at weekends there is music, usually in the afternoon or evening. You can even plan to visit the artists before visiting the live music of the restaurant. The Square Grouper offers live music of all kinds from Tuesday to Sunday, but on weekends it is usually all afternoon and evening music.
Rent a steel drummer, hire a guitarist, or rent one of the many guitarists available at the Square Grouper, or book a ticket to the live music on the main stage or open air stage. Rent an electric guitar, bass drum, accordion or even banjo player, rent steel drums or players and book tickets for a variety of other events such as concerts, festivals and events.
All performances are held in a safe environment, based on our commitment to a safer environment in Palm Beach County and in accordance with the guidelines of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FLD).
Make music happens in Palm Beach County, we wouldn't make as much money as we can without the support of you. Your support will enable us to achieve this and to spread the joy of making music - making music - among the people of this district. Individual contributions to support Make Music are made via PayPal, which handles secure payments. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Palm Beach music community or volunteering for the organization in general, please contact us.
Make Music, Palm Beach County is a member of the Make Music Alliance and joins 60 other U.S. cities to celebrate a day of music. Based on the French party music and in the United States by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NACP), Palm Beach County brings together over 800 cities in 120 countries around the world to celebrate the joy of making music, regardless of your preferred music style. Made in Palm, we bring our community together to celebrate our love of music and our commitment to it in all its forms.
West Palm Beach is home to a diverse and appetizing gastronomy with a wide selection of Asian, Latin American, Caribbean and even a bit of everything in between. RythmTrail has romantic ceremonial music and festive sounds that will enliven any party. Here you can drink a good rum while listening to the best live music from the best local bands in the country.
Michael Forte on clarinet is a member of the Palm Beach Symphony Orchestra and the Florida State University Orchestra. He is principal bassoonist with the Opus One Orchestra, has been a member of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and a solo bassoonist with the San Francisco Symphony and Los Angeles Symphony. He has also performed with orchestras from the University of California, San Diego, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Boston College, and is an associate professor of music at the College of Arts and Sciences in Boston.
He is a founding member of the Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival and a board member. Karen Fuller is an associate professor of music at the College of Arts and Sciences in Boston and has performed with orchestras from the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony and the Los Angeles Symphony. She has also performed as a soloist with the Florida State University Orchestra and has appeared in a number of national and international television and radio programs.
She has also been a member of the Naples Philharmonic for 10 years and has performed with many ensembles throughout the country, including the San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles Symphony and New York Symphony. She has also performed as a soloist with the Palm Beach Symphony Orchestra and is a member of the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra. In addition to his performances with the Florida State University Orchestra and other orchestras in Florida and around the world, he is a founding member and board member of the South Florida Chamber Music Festival.