B-side multimedia arts festival

Bermuda, regularly updated as a Gazetteer, focusing on this internally self-b-side multimedia arts festival British Overseas Territory 900 miles north of the Caribbean, 600 miles east of North Carolina, USA. Bermuda’s Actors, Actresses, Musicians, Singers and Performing Artists Some have made this Island internationally famous. Kerri Dietz, mezzo soprano, and Leidy Sinclair, violin.

A prestigious art award has gone to a new winner after the previous holder was disqualified following claims of plagiarism. And the Founders Award was presented to three artists who have been mentors and role models for their fellow artists and the generations to follow. Actors and actresses Bermudian, Bermuda-born or domiciled. 4-Forty-1, an eight-piece band of local musicians, formed through a public vote and performed during the America’s Cup in Bermuda 2017 events. Guitarist and saxophonist Dave Pitman, singer Jesse Seymour, bassist Torrey Tacklyn, drummer Troy Washington Sr, singer and guitarist Raven Baksh, keyboardist Leroy Francis, guitarist Tony Hay and musical director Robert Edwards. Formed from the Bermuda Militia Artillery Band and Bermuda Rifles Band.

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From paraded on Remembrance Day 1965 and lasted until the early 1970s. Mostly from former Bermuda Rifles musicians. Made frequent appearances in Boston and further, for Bermuda Tourism. Church Lads Brigade Band which at one time had several branches.

First Salvation Army Young People’s Band, mid 1930s. Jack Whitney and the Bermuda Plowboys, from 1947 through the 1950s. Mu-En Chorale  founded in 1965 by Lance Hayward. Began June 29, 1863, initially with members from the Grand United Order of Oddfellows Alexandrina 1026, who came together because they wanted to cultivate the musical talents of their members. Initially, the band was the Alexandrina Band.

They played and marched at Masonic Lodges, church services, fairs, street parades and dinner parties. Began as a trio, patterned after the 1960s guitar-studded Kingston Trio at the height of their success in 1961. They performed at the island’s hotels on a regular basis and were hugely popular with both tourists and locals, with much of their music recorded locally by Edmar on LPs. Once was deemed best jazz band in Bermuda. Dedicated to raising the standard of excellence in dance through world-class training.