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Published on October 10th, 2014 | by Peter Ray Blood Trinidad Guardian Newspapers

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Rudder returns to school for Pan Royale

Belmont Intermediate alumni David Michael Rudder returns to school on October 18 for a grand performance.  One of T&T’s most revered artistes, Rudder will be one of the stellar acts on the cast to grace The Courtyard of Queen’s Royal College, St Clair, for the 2014 edition of Pan Royale.

Rudder is billed to perform with his band, led by longstanding collaborator, guitarist Wayne Bruno. Rapid Response weaves pop, jazz, blues and soca strains into a propulsive fusion that enhances the incisive lyrical expressions and profound cultural allegories which have brought Rudder deserved comparisons to Marley, Fela and Springsteen. Some of the brightest stars in the worlds of pan, soca, Latin jazz and world beat music will align at the staging of this T&T Steelpan and Jazz Festival’s (TTSJF) concert presentation, scheduled to begin at 6 pm.

This year’s concert lineup includes world-renowned trumpeter Charlie Sepúlveda, a professor in Latin jazz standards and Afro-Cuban music at Puerto Rico’s Conservatory of Music. A two-time Latin Grammy nominee, Sepúlveda, who recently recorded his fourth album featuring his close friend, Latin jazz legend pianist Eddie Palmieri, will be backed by an all-star Trinidadian-Puerto Rican aggregation comprising Gadwin Vargas (congas); Gabriel Rodriguez (bass); Raul Maldonado (drums); Michael “Ming” Low Chew Tung (keyboards); and Natasha Joseph (pan).

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