The art of body, the science of movement and the spirit of Jamaica. Performances by: Neila Ebanks, Stefanie Belnavis, Kerry-Ann Henry, Marita Hitchins Dancers of Jamaica, Kyisha Patterson, Michael Holgate, Sodanne Professional Moves & Shady Squad Philip Sherlock Centre 8pm Admission: Contributions welcome
Jacques Schwartz-Bart and his band This past Saturday KOTE 09 presented “FÊTE DE LA MUSIQUE” (music celebration day) at Grosvenor Galleries. The event was a presentation by the Alliance Française and The French Embassy in association with KOTE.
The “Pimento Players”, a revived string quartet, led by Peter Ashbourne, will perform at “Music is Sacred”, a concert in the KOTE series, this Sunday June 21, at 4 p.m., at the Shaare Shalom Synagogue, 92 Duke Street (entrance on Johns Lane).
Michael Sean Harris & DeVices KOTE 2009 opened to a good crowd at Redbones Blues Cafe with a documentary by director Miquel Galofré entitled “Why Jamaicans Run So Fast”. This short film was a clever and reasonably balanced look at Jamaica’s track prowess and “why Jamaicans run so fast”, a
Kingston On The Edge Schedule Background to KOTE KOTE is the largest Studio & Performing Arts festival in the English-speaking Caribbean. Kingston On the Edge Urban Art Festival is the brainchild of five young art enthusiasts and friends who wanted to showcase Jamaican artists in a non-commercial manner. It
YardEdge’s new guest blogger, Petrine Archer-Straw is profiling some of the up and coming young artists to watch on the local scene. The N Train (2008) Phillip Thomas Phillip Thomas currently lives and studies in New York but continues to exhibit in Jamaica. In 2008, he won the Aaron Matalon