TEMPO is a diverse group of male and female percussionists, primarily from the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago West Indies, who specialize in Caribbean Afro Rhythms with spoken words and messages of peace and unity.
TEMPO promotes mutual respect through music and cross cultural communications. They use handmade indigenous instruments from Africa, Asia, Trinidad and anything that can create a sound. They incorporate freestyle /improvisation and solicit musicians to join in with them wherever they perform.
TEMPO has performed throughout New England and Canada entertaining an audience of over one million people. It entertains and shares the West Indian culture through music within the areas diverse communities. We have performed at many events and divers audiences. We participate annually in many community sponsored and private events, multicultural events, city and town parades including the Dorchester parades. Some of our corporate clients include: The City of Boston, The City of Cambridge, Jamaica Porch Fest, Circle the City, Jerk Fest, Boston Carnival, Cambridge Carnival, Connecticut Carnival, Worchester Carnival, Montreal Carnival, New York Jouvert, Marion Manner Nursing Home, Gardner Museum, South Cape Health center, Unity Sports and Cultural Club.
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