Iëre X Tabago
August 15, 2022
Andrea De Silva
Iëre X Tabago: A Choral Jubilee, a concert held in celebration of T&T’s 60th Anniversary of Independence, took place July 31 at NAPA in Port-of-Spain.
Bishop Anstey High School Choir, BP Marionettes Chorale, The Lydian Singers, Eh Bien Oui Don Don, Signal Hill Alumni and UWI Arts Steel, were each allocated 15 minute sets to perform repertoire in alignment with folk, traditional spiritual, calypso, soca, and patriotic genres all woven together by narration. To close off each half of the event, two joint choral pieces performed.
Natalia Dopwell and Victoria Griffith were featured as solo performers.
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Mrs. Cantwell, as played by Ms. Dopwell, simply left me in awe. Her effortless coloratura and upper register did well to introduce and solidify her character – and herself – as a consummate diva.
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The lyrics placed the divas Mrs Cantwell, played by Dopwell, and Ms Honeywell, played by Kelly, as the prima donnas of Port of Spain and Siparia respectively, drawing laughter from the audience. Dopwell did an outstanding job of portraying the slightly sinister Cantwell, while Kelly shone as the seductive Honeywell.