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Folklore Legend of the Caribbean " The Story of Anansi"

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DANCE CARIBE PERFORMING COMPANY Preserving through dance, the cultural diversity of the Caribbean


Born Hamilton Alexander in Trinidad, the Web has over thirty five years in a musical legacy that is distinctly Trinidadian. He joined the Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra in 1966, and after the 1967 carnival he became a staple player.In 1968 he was elected as a committee member and in 1969 he became the Vice-Captain. Web was elected captain from 1971-1977. He also held the position of trustee and vice-president of the Steelband organization Pan Trinbago.Web migrated to Canada in 1977 and immediately got involved writing and performing Calypso. In the calypso Monarch competitions in Montreal he placed second on several occasions, and he won the title two consecutive years 2001 - 2002.He has also been participating in the Canadian Calypso Monarch since 1981. He has been a finalist on numerous occasions and his highest showing so far is forth place twice and in 2006 he placed second.At one time, he was the President of the Organization of Calypso performing artists, (O.C.P.A) and was recently chosen to accompany Caribana on their prestigious tour to Hong Kong.

Hamilton Alexander "Web"

(Folk and Calypso Singer)


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