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Parkinson calypso voices

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Students at the Parkinson Memorial School are putting the final touches to their calypsos as they get ready for the National Cultural Foundation’s (NCF) junior calypso competition starting next month.
A?check with the school yesterday revealed a busy group of nine youngsters fine-tuning their voices for an appearance before the NCF judges on Sunday for the preliminaries.
Here, 15-year-old Kayla Thorpe (left) listening to Fabian Fabee Bartlett, (second from right), who penned her song Our Disease, as music teacher Farakhan Stephens (second from left), principal Jeff Broomes (third from left) and Randy Eastmond (right), a teacher and Thorpe’s arranger, at a rehearsal yesterday. (JS)

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