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Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch in association with IGM Stage Lighting

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Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch in association with IGM Stage Lighting

Location: Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre
Time: 7
:00 p.m 
Sunday, July 8, 2018 (Semi-Finals)

Saturday. July 21, 2018 (Finals)

Ticket Price: 

Semi-Finals: Regular $25.00 | Child 4-12  $10.00 

FinalsRegular $30.00 | Child 4-12 $15.00

The Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch competition takes place during Barbados’ largest annual national festival, Crop-Over. It is a developmental programme that celebrates the art of calypso and is designed to showcase the young talented performers who may become rising stars in the profession.

However, the longstanding Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch competition also offers a variety of lifelong learning experiences. Workshops are conducted around subjects that are relevant to these young performers. The successful results of these workshops are seen at the Finals. The young artists get the opportunity to challenge themselves personally and artistically in a supportive and exciting environment.  They are also taught vital performance skills for building confidence and personal development.

At the National Cultural Foundation this event is known as a developmental programme”, as the artists are given an opportunity to explore a wide range of topics, but are also coached the correct techniques for the genre of calypso. They learn performance and microphone techniques, interview preparations and most satisfying the opportunities they get to use the skills they have gained to perform at many events throughout the year.

Box Offices:

National Cultural Foundation – West Terrace, St.James  | A & B Soundz – Sheraton Centre, Ch Ch | C S Pharmacy –  Lower Broad Street, Bridgetown | Nu Look Boutique – Roebuck Street, Bridgetown | Warrens Ticket Centre – Massy Stores Super Centre, Warrens | Henrietta’s Closet – Skymall, Haggatt Hall, St Michael |
Emerald City Supermarket – Emerald City, Six Roads, St Philip | SOL Redmans-  Redman Village, St Thomas | Lucky Horseshoe – Warrens, St Michael | Orgn-  Limegrove, Holetown, St James  | Carlton Supermarket –  Black Rock, St Michael | KOMI – Kensington Oval | Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre –  Two Mile Hill | L&M Touch of Class – Shop #3, Pelican Craft Centre | RUBIS WILDEY- Wildey St Michael |

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