The Steel Pan Ensemble is an outreach organization within the Butler School's percussion studio. The ensemble is based on the competition bands that originated in Trinidad and Tobago throughout the latter half of the 20th century. Made up of undergraduate and graduate students who are studying in nearly every college in the university, the Steel Pan Ensemble is a diverse group with a variety of repertoire. From the traditional calypso and soca styles of Trinidad and Tabago to today's pop music, the group consists of over 12 players and nearly 28 steel pans.  

Faculty

Thomas Burritt

Professor of Percussion

Director of Percussion Studies

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Join

Steel Pan Ensemble is open to all students across the university; no audition is required.

 


Course

UNDERGRADUATE ENS 109U 
GRADUATE ENS 109U

M-W, 5–7p  
MRH 2.118

 

 

Upcoming Performances

Percussion Ensemble

A timpani performer on the Bates Recital Hall Stage
Event Status
Scheduled
Nov. 4, 2021, 7:30 - 9 pm