Ogier is supporting the Cayman Arts Festival (CAF) for the third year running, and is sponsoring the CAF's upcoming concert where musicians will perform a New York Cabaret Night concert.
The concert promises a great evening of music with performances from KT Sullivan, Natalie Douglas, Nicholas King and Matt Baker, whilst also featuring performances from children in CAF's educational programme.
CAF was originally formed as a three-day festival but is now an organisation that produces monthly events bringing cultural experiences to the Cayman Islands and to support their educational program for young people. All proceeds from CAF events fund their youth education program which provides musical instruments to kids, organises workshops with visiting artists and coordinates musical lessons at local schools.
All the visiting artists conduct workshops, master classes or concert demonstrations for the educational benefit of Cayman’s youth, aligning with Ogier's Corporate Social Responsibility focus on education.
Partner Rachael Reynolds said: "We are excited to be sponsoring the Cayman Arts Festival for the third year running. The benefits of musical education for children are well-known including creativity, language and brain development as well as personal and social development. We are proud to be part of such a fantastic event for the community."
Marius Gaina, Executive Director of Cayman Arts Festival said: "The New York Cabaret performers will be back in Cayman for the third time in two years. This speaks volumes to their popularity and the previous success of the event. The demand for their return came not just from the general public, but from our students who benefit directly from masterclasses with the performers. We applaud Ogier for supporting this event and music education which we hope will become a tradition in the Cayman Islands."
The concert will take place at the Westin Ballroom on Saturday November 23, 2019. Tickets can be purchased by link: http://caymanartsfestival.com/events/new-york-cabaret-night-2/.
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