Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 13th 2015 Contents ANNA-LISA PAUL
Defending champion in the
Schools National Carnival
Chutney Soca Monarch com-
petition, Aaron Duncan, had
to share the spotlight in this
year s competition with new-
comer Christian Mendez.
Mendez, of Bishop Anstey
Junior School and Duncan, of
Trinity Junior School, tied for first
place with a total of 261 points.
The two will each receive
They stepped ahead of nine
other competitors in the primary
schools category, during Wednes-
day s final which took place at
the National Carnival Commis-
sion s Carnival Village, Queen s
Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain.
Arts and Multiculturalism Min-
ister, Dr Lincoln Douglas, opened
the show at 11 am, greeting
He commended the perform-
ers on the musical quality of
Douglas said he had wit-
nessed "a greater commitment
to lyrics and content," and urged
the competitors to strive for
excellence as he acknowledged
that the chutney soca "art form
of T&T was in safe hands."
The competition was hosted by
the National Chutney Foundation
of T&T (NCFTT) and consultant
Dr Vijay Ramlal-Rai.
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Chutney soca in safe
Tie for first place in schools' junior category
Aaron Duncan of Trinity Junior school performs In Remembrance, during
the finals of the Schools' National Carnival Chutney Soca Monarch
competition, Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, Wednesday.
PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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