Grenada Carnival
Drum & Dance Workshop

August 8-15, 2012

For Information/Reservations:
Contact Dance Kaiso
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Voicemail: (415) 282-9620

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Early Bird Registration = $1,650
(with $650 deposit by May 1; $1,000 balance due by June 30)

Registration After May 1 = $1,850
($850 place reservation deposit; $1,000 balance due by June 30)

Registration Includes:
-Lodging @ Rex Grenadian (double occupancy)
-Daily Drum & Dance Classes 

Does Not Include:
-Food & Beverages
-Mini Bar & Telephone Charges
-Calypso Fete/Show/Party
-Panorama (Steel Band) Finals
-J’ouvert Masquerade~Play Jab Jab
-Carnival Tuesday in St. George’s





Click here for a PDF of Wilfred Mark

WILFRED MARK, a native of Trinidad, began to study Caribbean rhythms and dances at the age of fourteen. He later trained in jazz, ballet, and both Graham and Horton techniques in Port-of-Spain and in New York. He was a principal dancer with Repertory Dance Theater of Trinidad and Tobago for eleven years and a dancer/actor with The Derek Walcott Theatre Company for four years.

Since 1987, Wilfred has worked as Co-Director, Choreographer, Dancer, and Drummer with Dance Kaiso and has taught on the faculties of San Francisco State, Sonoma State, and Stanford Universities.









Click here for a PDF of Godfrey Luke

Click here for a PDF of GODFREY LUKE

GODFREY LUKE, a native of Trinidad who began drumming at the age of five, studied with Roderick “Rollo” Foster and the legendary Andrew Beddoe. In the mid-1980s/early 90s, he played with the Pleasantville Drummers and worked with ensembles in Fyzabad, Sobo, and La Brea for the annual PrimeMinister’s Best Villiage Competitions. He then spent four years in Senegal, studying drumming, costuming, and stilt dancing, returning to Trinidad in 1998 to teach drumming and costuming at Fyzabad Senior Comprehensive, a two-year college. In 2000, Godfrey formed the ensemble Fyzabad Inner Circle which he directed until 2010, when he moved to the island of Grenada to accept a position with the Ministry of Tourism, performing and producing shows for national festivals and special events.






Rex Grenadian

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Images of St. George's, Grenada













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Images of Grenada's Underwater Museum

Home to corals, sponges, and schools of fish, the waters of Moliniere Bay are clear and shallow. The sculpture garden, containing 65 pieces of underwater art, can be explored by divers and snorkelers or partially viewed from a glass-bottomed boat. As the corrosion of salt water and the growth of marine life take effect on the sculptures over time, the works begin to take on eerie but breathtaking new character and depth.