Featured Events and News:
Arborea Cymbal Showcase
In-store cymbal vault sale and Clinic at the Long Island Drum Center
Arborea Cymbals USA will have an in-store Cymbal Vault Sale and Clinic at the Long Island Drum Center located at 86 Tec St, Hicksville, NY 11801 on Saturday May 21, 2016. Be sure to come out, check out our products and meet some of our team.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Long Island Drum Center
86 Tec St.
Hicksville, NY 11801
Phone: (800) 240-9326
For more information, please visit: http://www.lidrum.com/
In-School Youth Innovators Education Sessions for the Month of May
Arborea Cymbals is hosting a residency at Two Rivers Public Charter School in NW, Washington, DC for the month of May 2016
Arborea Cymbals is hosting a residency at Two Rivers Public Charter School in NW, Washington, DC for the month of May 2016 for our in school Young Innovators Education Session. Each week one of our Featured Artists will come in to give back to our community with knowledge and encouragement to our youth. There is will music, giveaways and lots of fun as we educate on the cymbal industry.
Arborea Cymbal USA Live Music Event for the BTCC
Arborea Cymbals USA is sponsoring live music for The Business Technology Career Center's Fundraising Event
Arborea Cymbals USA is sponsoring live music for The Business Technology Career Center's Fundraising Event located at 3939 Benning Rd. NE, Washington, DC 20019 on Friday May 6, 2015 from 5PM - 8PM. Please come out to support the career center and network with others to make a difference in our community. Sem-Formal Event. Dress to impress; a photographer will be present.
For more information about this organization, please visit: http://www.btccndc.org
Arborea Cymbal Showcase
1PM performances and discussions with Arborea Cymbal Artists at Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center
FREE In-store Showcase of Arborea Cymbals. The fellas of Arborea Cymbals USA will be doing a showcase! Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center is proud to welcome ARBOREA CYMBALS into our drum family. To celebrate, we are having a special showcase event to roll out the full line of Arborea cymbals to for you to try, and buy with an introductory sale price.
At 1:00pm in our clinic room we will host three great local Arborea artists, Derek "Redfootz" Freeman, Paul "Buggy" Edwards and Leroy "Boogie" Greer who will perform and answer questions regarding Arborea Cymbals.
This is event is FREE, and open to the public. We'll have door prizes, and drawings all day long so please mark this big event on your calendar! Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center is located at:
11151 Veirs Mill Road
Wheaton, MD 20902
Phone: (301) 946-8808
For more information, please visit: http://www.chucklevins.com/news/arborea-cymbal-showcase/
- Arborea Cymbals have arrived at Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center! Go check them out, see how they sound, and PURCHASE!!! You wont be disappointed!
- Sound of the City Band is an all-star group, bringing together multi-talented producers, musicians, and artists. Sound of the City, lead by Biscuit Bynum (drummer) and Precious Joubert (lead vocalist), has provided instrumental backing for many local, national, and international artists. S.O.T.C. has been called the primary sound behind DCs underground music scene, along with being the most requested band on the east coast. These musicians have performed on tour with Raheem Devaughn [The Jill Scott Real Thing Tour 2008], and have performed in almost every major venue in the DC area including Constitution Hall, The Lincoln Theatre, The 9:30 Club, The Black Cat, The Birchmere, and the Merriweather Post Pavillion. Sound of the City has played for and shared the stage with many major artists such as Jill Scott, Marsha Ambrosius, Chrisette Michelle, Keyshia Cole, Algebra Lessett, Joe, Raheem Devaughn, Glenn Lewis, Chuck Brown, Floetry, Biz Markie, Ledisi, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Premier, Wu Tang, and many more. More on their official website: www.soundofthecityband.com.
- Arborea Artist Dante Pope making history as the clinician at the Smithsonian American History Museum!!! Congratulations!!!