Firstly, I must state that SocaSax was willing to drive from North Carolina all the way to Pennsylvania for a two hour performance, which says a lot about her determination. SocaSax arrived punctually and set up her equipment fairly quick. Her performance was quite good, and she provided the ambiance that I wanted for my party. SocaSax did a good job fulfilling all of my requests. I would book SocaSax again and I would certainly recommend her to any looking for a steel pan player.
Lynnette Boschulte, known as Soca Sax, is a passionate, well- organized individual, who is very determined and committed to a career in music. In 2009, Lynnette left the island paradise of Saint Thomas, U.S Virgin Islands to follow her vision. She has always been serious about her education and entered North Carolina Central University Music Department with honors. She now holds a Bachelor's in Music Education and a Bachelor's of Music in Jazz Studies. In the summer of 2008 Lynnette participated in the Berklee College of Music Summer Program, which gave her a head start on her educational pursuits. Lynnette is certified in the instruction of Quelbe music, a caribbean music form. During her time at North Carolina Central University, Lynnette has performed in the NCCU Marching Band, Percussion Ensemble, Big Band, Jazz Combos, Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble. Through her life's journey she became "SocaSax," a moniker formed in honor of her Caribbean roots. She has been featured in concert on solo piano, voice and saxophone. Lynnette's musical ability also extends to playing organ, flute, and steel drums. "I want to share my music through education and performance. My students are my joy, and I promise to continue to hone my craft, so that they always receive the best education." Lynnette was a dynamic performer and is currently performs around North Carolina with various groups, and in the Virgin Islands.