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Steel Pan Alley

Gravel Bay, Roatan 0000, Honduras
+504 3298-3448
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A Fun, Cultural and Interactive Music Experience!

Thanks Deb and the Students for a wonderful Steelpan Alley Music experience! We enjoyed the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Suz H
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Austin, Texas
Interactive and real

We learned to play our parts for three songs during a class with Deborah and four of her youth... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2017
Ivy C
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New York
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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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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank Suz H
Reviewed 9 July 2017

We learned to play our parts for three songs during a class with Deborah and four of her youth students. So much fun! If you enjoy music and hands-on activities, this is a great and unique activity in Roatan. We were so impressed with the...More

Thank Ivy C
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Get Steel Pan certified (not really)! But you will learn to play three tunes and learn the history of steel pan drumming, in just about two hours. A retired music teacher from CA opened a school to teach steel pan drumming. The school is free...More

1  Thank Monique C
Reviewed 5 April 2017

There are so many beautiful areas in Roatan that you're tempted to spend the day just enjoying the water, but I'm certainly glad we didn't. Steel Pan Alley was a really fun experience. When we got there, I expected that maybe we'd learn a few...More

1  Thank indtraveler6199
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Steel Pan Alley is a school in a local neighborhood that teaches school children how to play the steel pans (steel drums). Our group, ages 25 through 85, got a van, who drove to the school, where we were met by kids (all teens) who...More

Thank cvanort
Reviewed 17 February 2017

We contacted Deb, a very knowledgable teacher from California, to set up a drumming lesson. What a fantastic time! We (four of us) had a chance to learn three songs from Deb with help from four students. All the proceeds go back into this organization...More

2  Thank FrancisRumsky
Reviewed 24 December 2016

This is quite a rewarding experience -- the music, the kids, the environment. In a couple of hours you'll be playing steel pans with confidence and really enjoying yourself. Highly recommended if you'd like to do something different than the usual tour stops.

1  Thank tilt502
Reviewed 4 June 2016

I will begin by saying this was an absolute blast! I went on a cruise with a group of 6 and we booked Steel Pan Alley to learn how to play the exotic Caribbean drums. We learned the history of the steel pans, how much...More

3  Thank Matthew W
Reviewed 8 May 2016

If your the kind of person that likes to get off the usual tourists trail this is your location. You will never find this unique learning experience anywhere. Ms. Deborah, is a wonderful instructor. It was great learning the history of the steel drum, how...More

4  Thank Morgan M
Reviewed 28 April 2016

What better way to feel like you are on an island, besides sand between your toes. The sound of the steel drums is great. Your kids will enjoy this, as well, especially when they see that the members of the band are kids of varying...More

Thank Allen21096
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