Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday
by Gary Cardinez
Music Makers graduates put on a recorder duet and pan performance
Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - The success of Music Makers Music School continues as proud music director and founder Merle Albino-de Coteau turns young children into well-rounded teens and adults.
The pan pioneer and educator is a shining light in Laventille as many youths, teens and adults look up to her for taking them along a path of success.
She is “proud to be Laventille” and every year boasts and shows off the success of Music Makers Music School. This year was special, Albino-de Coteau received 100 per cent passes in the Associated Board of The Royal School of Music (ABRSM) and the Graded Examinations in Solo Steelpan Performance of the University of the West Indies.
Last Saturday Music Makers kept its annual Achievement Day Celebrations at the school (Albino-de Coteau’s home) 206 Eastern Main Road, Laventille. The occasion was also a celebration of Albino-de Coteau’s 80th birthday.