The Island Brass Quintet

The Island Brass Quintet

The Cayman Arts Festival is known for bringing extraordinary talents to the Cayman Islands for its annual events.

The likes of jazz prodigy Joey Alexander; Official Harpist to the Prince of Wales, Catrin Finch; and cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who played at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, have all been on the local stage.

From Feb. 5 to 9, resident lovers of music will once again be treated to some exceptional performances as part of the Extra Cayman Arts Festival.

Here are the offerings at a glance:

Nick Cartledge

Nick Cartledge

Sips & Sounds with The Island Brass Quintet
Feb. 5 @ Westin Hotel Ballroom
6 p.m.

The Island Brass Quintet brings together over a century of combined experience from the wonderful world of brass ensemble music.

Tickets are US$35 for adults; US$15 for students.

Nick Cartledge Flute Recital
Feb. 7 @ Camana Bay Cinema
6 p.m.

Nick Cartledge is regarded as one of the most versatile flute players of his generation, having won outstanding reviews for his solo performances in classical, jazz, pop and commercial music.

Tickets are US$40 for adults; US$15 for students.

KT Sullivan

KT Sullivan

CAF & Jubilate After School Programs
Feb. 8 @ CI Baptist Church, Pedro Castle Road
6 p.m.

Cayman Arts Festival will showcase the students from the CAF After School Programme in various venues across Grand Cayman.

Entry is free.

New York Cabaret Night
Feb. 9 @ Marriott Hotel Ballroom
6:30 p.m.

Marissa Mulder

Marissa Mulder

After their great success during the 2018 Cayman Arts Festival, and in response to numerous requests for their return, KT Sullivan and her friends from New York, Natalie Douglas, Jon Weber, Marissa Mulder and Danny Bacher, will be here for another evening of great music.

Tickets are US$50 for adults; US$15 for students.

For more information and to buy tickets online, visit www.caymanartsfestival.com.