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The Carnival Messiah - Created by Geraldine Connor

Created by Geraldine Connor

Geraldine Connor was born in London, in 1952, to Trinidadian parents and Caribbean cultural ambassadors Edric Connor, singer, actor, folklorist and film-maker and Pearl Connor, cultural activist, theatrical agent and black theatre consultant.

Carnival Messiah is a radical re-invention of Georg Freidrich Handel’s oratorio ‘Messiah’ for large scale stage and theatre, featuring Caribbean and contemporary popular music and dance genres, showcased through the spectacular carnival and masquerade of Trinidad and Tobago. read more http://j.mp/YVl79u

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Comment by odw on October 22, 2014 at 8:40am

Thanks for the memories, those private moments you shared with us.

Much appreciated.

Comment by Debi on October 21, 2014 at 8:57pm

Geraldine was a  woman of great vision, strength and passion. This production is testimony to her invaluable contribution to culture. I miss her terribly and think of her often. I was blessed to have known her and will be eternally grateful for her guidance.

Comment by Tellison A Forde on November 22, 2013 at 10:08am

Geraldine Connor, proud to have known you ,one of a kind no nonsense individual,with a big heart,great memories of her with invaders steel band your spirit lives on enjoying your creation as my imagination and visualization brings you to life,you bring back memories only you could have created this,great six bass player and arranger also;belated condolences to your love ones,a loving sister always! Tellison a forde   ( Young Coye.) Really appreciate your work.  

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