Global Rhythms (SOLD OUT)

The Shawn Thwaites Rebel Quartet

Thursday, January 27, 2022
6:30 PM

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This program is sold out.

From eclectic Latin rhythms to Irish folk music, the Crocker’s Global Rhythms music series will take you on an auditory journey around the world.

The Shawn Thwaites Rebel Quartet (STRQ) is undoubtedly the world’s most eclectic ensemble. Fusing afro-beat, calypso, jazz, reggae, and hip hop, STRQ authentically presents the steel drum and its deeply rooted history, while simultaneously pushing the instrument and culture to uncharted territories. Thwaites has toured all over the world and recorded with notable artists, such as Lauryn Hill, Walter Beasley, and Greg Philliganes. With the steel drum at the helm, STRQ pushes the limits of innovation, while remaining loyal to authentic world sounds, and audiences will want to come along for an amazing and unforgettable ride.

Space is limited. Advance registration recommended.

Information

$15 for Members
$25 for Nonmembers
$10 for Nonmember children and youth

This program takes place in Setzer Auditorium.

Changes have been made in the Museum to ensure a safe and healthy visit.

Proof of vaccination is required of all attendees of programs in the Setzer Auditorium. Protective face coverings are required for staff and all visitors over the age of two while inside the Museum and in the Setzer Auditorium. Vaccinated performers are not required to wear masks, and vocalists on stage will be stationed 10ft or more from the general audience.

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Changes have been made in the Museum to ensure a safe and healthy visit. We continue to require all Museum visitors over the age of two to wear masks, including those who are fully or partially vaccinated, in all Museum spaces. These policies are subject to change.

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