The Trinidad and Tobago Folk Arts Institute in conjunction with the School of Professional and Community Development of Medgar Evers College, CUNY, hosts a panel discussion on the life, work, and legacy of Cecil Hume, the Maestro. 2013 marks the 35th anniversary of his tragic death, and calypso aficionados remain awed by the undeniable genius of this tremendously gifted composer and performer of the art form.
Panel Discussion: Reviewing the Legacy of Calypso Great – MAESTRO
Date: Thursday, February 28, 2013. 7:00 – 10:00pm
Venue: Medgar Evers College, Mary Pinkett Lecture Hall, 1637 Bedford Ave , Brooklyn – Room S122 (bet. Carroll and Crown Streets)
Panelists: Rawlston Charles, calypso-soca music producer/distributor
Frankie McIntosh, acclaimed musical arranger
Kenrick Mead, former producer of calypso music