CaribPR Wire, Brooklyn, New York, Mon. May 7, 2012: Caribbean celebrities are already well-known for their artistic innovation, on-stage personas and public dramas. Now, an entertaining live conversation series: “At the Feet of the Masters,” will provide insight into the personal narratives, life stories and autobiographical memories of five icons of Trinidad and Tobago culture. Calypso megastar, the Mighty Sparrow; art prodigy David Moore; steelband innovator, Dr. Ellie Mannette; Midas-touch record producer Rawlston Charles and promoting legend, Flag Woman Janet, will tell it in their own words when they take center stage at Tropical Paradise Ballroom, 1367 Utica Avenue from June 3rd to 29th.
Leading the conversations – which includes interviews, performance highlights, film footage and audience questions – are renowned Caribbean broadcast pioneers Dave Elcock and Eric St. Bernard, as well as, international photojournalist Colin “Soulboy” Williams. The full series is as follows:
Producer Nandi Keyi, a longtime cultural enthusiast and writer, is thrilled to provide this forum in the midst of Trinidad and Tobago 50th anniversary celebrations. “This body of influential artists has spent a lifetime innovating, creating and showcasing Caribbean music and arts,” she said. “At the Feet of the Masters” is an excellent opportunity to garner first hand insight and ask questions about the personal and professional journeys that recreated the mastery.”
Tickets for each conversation, priced at a nominal 20.00, are available at SmartTix.com and leading local Caribbean outlets. For information call 347-636-0079 or email [email protected].