The Pancaribbean Trio at Wednesdays in the Woods
Celebrate everything great about summer outdoors and in-person at Clifton Cultural Arts Center’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts. Presented by the Louis & Melba Schott Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, CCAC’s 13th annual summer concert series celebrates art, music, community, diversity and connection – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!
- Tonight’s food vendors are Kabobske Mediterranean and Granny’s Goodies On-The-Go
- We’ll be making Palm Trees at the Kids Art Corner
- HighGrain Brewing Co. will be onsite with beverage options for purchase
View full Wednesdays in the Woods lineup at cliftonculturalarts.org/wednesdaysinthewoods
About the Band: The Pancaribbean Trio
Pancaribbean features Stan Ginn on steel drums playing the music of the islands plus some jazz and pop and a few surprises. The group can be any size from solo steel drum to a quartet of steel drum, guitar, bass, and drumset.
Stan Ginn is a drummer/percussionist in Cincinnati. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion performance form the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Since then he has studied privately with teachers in New York City, San Francisco, and Havana, Cuba. He has performed and/or recorded with a wide variety of artists including Louie Bellson, Mary Wilson and the Supremes, the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, Pan Ramajay, Dr. Loco’s Rockin’ Jalapeño Band, Songo, Janet Pressley, Bailando Desnudo, Donna Summer, Monk, Phil Hawkins, the 4Track All-Stars, and many more. He can currently be seen with Phil Degreg’s Brasilia, Dave Hawkins and Celtic Core, Bossa do Retro, and his own groups Pancaribbean and Mambo Diablo.
In addition to his performance career, Stan has also been involved in music education for over 20 years teaching private and group lessons as well as providing educational programs in schools. His current educational show is entitled Chicka Chicka Boom Boom in which he teaches kids to drum on buckets, barrels, and car parts.
When not performing or teaching, Stan is usually hanging out with his lovely wife Kerry and their three amazing boys.