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Steel Pan Alley

Gravel Bay, Roatan 0000, Honduras
+504 3298-3448
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A really unique and fun experience and we LOVED it

Our group of 10 (7 participants and 3 watchers) had a great time with Deborah and her students. We... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Debbie M
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Colorado
great experience!!!

while visiting Roatan on a cruise stop , myself and 7 more family members spent an afternoon with... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2018
Kelly D
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Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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We offer a totally unprecedented opportunity to truly feel and live the Caribbean musical experience.Within the space of one ninety-minute course any guest, regardless of previous musical experience or education, will learn to play the Trinidad steel drums and sound like a professional.We promise zero-to-music in one session!
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Gravel Bay, Roatan 0000, Honduras
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+504 3298-3448
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our group of 10 (7 participants and 3 watchers) had a great time with Deborah and her students. We learned about the the steel pans and got to play 3 songs. We were OK but her students are GREAT! If you've never heard steel drums...More

Thank Debbie M
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Reviewed 15 June 2018

while visiting Roatan on a cruise stop , myself and 7 more family members spent an afternoon with Ms. Deborah and her students at the Steel Pan Alley and wow what a wonderful experience it was. Ms. Deborah is an accomplished musician, and music teacher...More

Thank Kelly D
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Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

My family and I enjoyed this immensely. The session was not only instructional, we also got a history lesson on where and how it all started. We learned 3 quick songs to play during our session and I can't believe how easy & quick it...More

Thank Ethel D
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

Our group of 10 (not musically inclined) had a great experience at Steel Pan Alley. Steel Pan Deb gives you a history of the steel pans, how they are made and how they are tuned. In between all the above your group learns to play...More

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Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

Miss Debra puts on an amazing program! She introduces you to the instruments, walks you through how the band comes together and how each piece is played, and then runs you through a couple of songs. In addition she also introduces you to the history...More

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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Our group of 4 had a challenging and rewarding adventure with Miss Debbie and her kids. So welcoming. We laughed , we learned and totally enjoyed the whole experience. Teacher even gave us a ride home. We bought T shirts and are thinking of taking...More

Thank tiedeman
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Reviewed 23 January 2018

I have done the Steel Pan Experience numerous times, and our guests that have gone have been surprised at what they can accomplish in such a short time. You will learn the history of the Steel Pans and hear Miss Deborah's Steel Pan Band play....More

Thank Kathy M
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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

I spent the most glorious afternoon with Miss Debra and the very talented group of island kids playing the magical Steel Drums. Even though I am not very musical nor do I have a musical background, I was playing with the orchestra within 20 minutes....More

1  Thank LeBlanc K
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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

If you have ONE day in Roatan you MUST do this! Miss Deb is a retired music teacher from California who provides free classes to kids in Roatan. Together they offer a brilliant and unique musical experience. You will learn the history of the steel...More

1  Thank Susan B
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Reviewed 10 September 2017

Thanks Deb and the Students for a wonderful Steelpan Alley Music experience! We enjoyed the lessons and the beautiful harmony. This was a fun music activity where we learned something new about the Steelpan History, Culture and best of all ... learning three songs in...More

1  Thank Suz H
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carlasmolek
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Response from LeBlanc K | Reviewed this property |
When I attended it cost $US 35.00. There is also a tip jar that is split between the children.
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