Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery. Welcome to the UK’s leading premium Caribbean Steel Drum Band entertainment service. The concept of Steelasophical is having the very best of two worlds, A Steeldrum band and a mobile Dj

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery
Steelasophical Steel Band Gallery

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery. Welcome to the UK’s leading premium Caribbean Steel Drum Band entertainment service. The concept of Steelasophical is having the very best of two worlds, A Steeldrum band and a mobile Dj

Steelasophical steel band hire

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

wedding steel band for hire bride and groom

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

bride and groom dancing to steelasophical steel bad

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

wedding bridal party dancing to steelasophical steel band music

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

A few things about Gary Trotman – 

Music incorporated in the actual James Bond 007 movie Casino Royale

Caribbean Steeldrum albums selling world-wide in over 42 Countries

Music can be purchased through every major reseller (including iTunes, Amazon, TimeLife Music)

Winning musical entertainment performance on TV’s ‘Come dine with me

Full time music professional specialising in premier occasions

Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

My Personal Guarantee To You …

If you are looking for the cheapest solution to your musical entertainment needs, 

Steelasophical is not the right fit for you. 

Brides see our value and consider us an essential investment in their day, 

rather than a nice to have expense. 

Our exceptional entertainment services will make your day 

uplifting, unforgettable, fun, relaxing and amazingly successful

If we both agree that Steelasophical have not made a positive and transforming difference to your wedding

I will refund you money – GuaranteedSteelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

 Ways to get cheaper wedding day music .. but at a risk!

  1. Less skilled and experienced musicians can be cheaper
  2. Musicians who pay no tax or insurances can afford to be cheaper
  3. Musicians who don’t take the time to carefully plan for your wedding are cheaper
  4. Those with no licenses, Health & Safety documents or Public Liability Insurance can be cheaper
  5. Musicians who are desperate for work can be cheaper
  6. Part time, hobbyists and weekend musicians can be cheaper
  7. People who take no pride or consideration on presentation and appearance can be cheaper
  8. Bands with poor value equipment and instruments can be cheaper 
  9. Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

Confirm as soon as you can: 

Steelasophical are taking bookings and enquiries into the next 3 years. Due to receiving a high volume of requests (often for competing dates), we operate the fairest system to all on a ‘First To Confirm‘ basis. WE ARE NOT ABLE TO HOLD A DATE WHILE YOU DECIDEIf you have any questions, or would indeed like to secure this date and one or more options with us, please do not hesitate in contacting asap. Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

Not What You Are Looking For? 

We value every interest in Steelasophical, but realise that there are many variables from both sides that may ultimately not make us a great fit. We see no competitors in the wedding industry for the following reasons… 

a) nobody does what we do in the way we do it 

b) Steelasophical consistently over delivers as standard in ways that many have not even thought of

c) we view professional wedding suppliers as colleagues! 

– By the time you get back to us, we may no longer be available! so as such, we would invite you to view our RECOMMENDATIONS page on our website for some alternative options. Steelasophical Steel Drum Pan Band Gallery

If you ask the average person to imagine what paradise looks like, chances are they’ll conjure up the image of a sandy tropical island fringed with palm trees and surrounded by an endless horizon of cerulean-blue water. If you ask them where their imagined paradise might be, they may likely say “somewhere in the Caribbean.”

A lot of people think of the Caribbean as a singular destination, but it is actually a complex geographical region, and not all countries and islands that many people associate with the Caribbean are technically located in the Caribbean Sea. The Caribbean archipelago encompasses more than 700 islands, reefs, and cays in a region of approximately 1 million square miles.

The region’s political history is often defined by its colonial claims. However Caribbean culture is an amalgam of colorful traditions from the art, music, literature, and cuisine that reflect the legacy of enslaved African people forcibly brought to the islands and the indigenous people who were inhabiting the islands before the Europeans arrived to colonize them. Today, there are 13 sovereign island nations and 12 dependent territories, with close political ties throughout the region to Europe and the United States.
Some Latin American countries also have coastlines on the Caribbean Sea.

The islands are often grouped into different categories and subcategories like the Greater and the Lesser Antilles, which divide the archipelago’s largest islands from some of the smaller ones, and the Windward Islands, which describes the long tail of the archipelago that stretches south toward Latin America. However, these geographical groupings do not even begin to describe the political classifications that divide the British, French, and Dutch West Indies or the Central American destinations that also border the Caribbean Sea.

Politics and geography have played a role in naming and sorting the many islands into groups, which is helpful to have an understanding of when you’re perusing cruise itineraries or planning an island-hopping adventure. With so many overlapping designations, we’ve sorted it all out for you as simply as possible.

The Caribbean is generally known as the region of warm waters south of Florida and east of Central America, but technically the Caribbean Sea begins south of the Greater Antilles and extends to the coasts of Central and South America, with the Windward Islands making up its eastern border. The water north of the Caribbean countries Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic is technically known as the Florida Strait, which separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean.

Any country with a coast on the Caribbean Sea can be considered a Caribbean country, but not all of them are islands, including Mexico, Belize, and Colombia. Some island nations that are commonly believed to be a part of the Caribbean, like the Bahamas and Bermuda, are technically in the Atlantic Ocean, and Guyana, which is neither an island nor located on the Caribbean Sea, is considered a part of the Caribbean because it still has a deep cultural connection to the region.

From the alabaster-white beaches of Bermuda in the north to the cactus-topped desert inland of the ABC Islands in the south, the windswept coves and surfing reefs of Dominica in the east to the jungle-dressed tips of Cuba and the Antilles in the west, the Caribbean has long been a treasure trove of things to do and see.

Combining adventure with relaxation, hundreds of years of colonial history with enthralling Arawak culture, West Indian spices with European gastronomic flair, honeymooners with hill walkers, budget backpacker haunts with some of the most exclusive hotels on the planet, it’s got something for every type of traveler.

It’s got everything from Cuban cigarillos to magma-spouting mountains, not to mention countless airbrushed beaches of pristine sand and shimmering turquoise sea. See you in the rum bars!

This cluster of island paradises is the place to head if world-class resorts in wonderful settings are your kind of holiday. Offering the perfect opportunity to island hop and make the most of your time out of office, you’ll need to fly to Barbados then step onto a private transfer to any destination in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Canouan Island is one of our favourites. It may measure just five-square-miles across but contains 1,200 acres of lush vegetation and a vast coral reef. However, it’s the journey into the esteemed Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, as you spot pink specks among green blankets while inside the 25-minute private jet from Barbados, that’ll be etched in your mind. 

A long-time hotspot for A-list celebrities, this haven of seclusion is having its time in the limelight. Made up of two groups of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, no matter what location you choose in Turks & Caicos, typical Caribbean luxury will be enjoyed by all. Properties are spacious with an air of exclusivity and granted discretion along with the island enjoying the largest private runway in the Caribbean. Grace Bay Beach is the most popular strip of sand, where inviting waters stretch far and shallow allowing you to keep your head above the water to enjoy the magnificent views. Here is also where you’ll find a plethora of restaurants offering exotic tastes of the region.
We recommend you take the plunge and immerse yourself in traditional cuisine to really get a flavour of the Caribbean and you won’t regret it.  When you’re not chilling out on blissful beaches, uncover world-class golf courses and extensive barrier. Amanyara is a property frequented by stars, from David Beckham, Helena Bonham Carter and Will Smith. Boasting Aman’s signature minimalist styling and tall ceilings, creating an atmosphere of contemporary refinement. Reconnect with your inner harmony and take part in the complimentary yoga and spa then discover more about the colourful marine life at the Nature Discovery Club.