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Glenda Collens Studio Concert

A showcase of performers from UTT, graduation class of 2019, coached by Glenda Collens.

Featuring (L-R): Denique Robertson, Sade Weekes, Candice Caton and Gabrielle Alleyne.

Fiesta Plaza, MovieTowne, Port of Spain, Wednesday 10 July 2019, 8.30pm. Admission Free.

Band: Daniel Roberts (keys), Terell Phillips (keys), Eli Fuller (guitar), Lemuel Patterson (bass), Tony Paul (saxophone), Joshua Bedeau (drums/percussion).

Credits: Kevin Humphrey (MC), Giles Pettipher (sound), Christopher Collens (photography), Shane Collens (graphics), Heathcliffe West (Fiesta Plaza).

Denique Robertson

Denique Robertson

Soprano, Jazz/Contemporary

Denique Robertson is a Trinidadian born, aspiring vocalist. She is currently a student at the University of Trinidad and Tobago (U.T.T.), pursuing a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in the Performing Arts, specializing in the field of Music (Voice). Making strides in her musical journey both within and without the institution, Denique has and continues to prove herself to be a well-balanced performer and crowd pleaser with her soothing sound and vocal finesse.

One of her major aspirations is to combine her love and appreciation for the performing and visual arts to share positive and enlightening messages to Trinidad and Tobago and by extension, the world.

Sade Weekes

Sade Weekes

Soprano, Gospel/Contemporary

Sade Weekes is currently a University student going into her third year of a 4 year degree programme working towards obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Performing Arts at the University of Trinidad and Tobago as a Voice Major, at the Academy for the Performing Arts Campus (NAPA, Port of Spain).

She sings mainly with The APA (Academy of Performing Arts) ensemble, her Church choir and with Chris Balbosa's gospel choir and would like to now establish herself as a performer. 

"I have seen positive music transform the minds of many and unify groups of all ages. I would like to see it change the world for the better, as music is a universal language".

Candice Caton

Candice Caton

Soprano, original music by Candice Caton

Candice Caton is a singer/songwriter from Morvant, Trinidad and Tobago that seeks to infuse the music industry with her distinct brand of inspirational, uplifting music. She began singing in choirs at the age of 5 and has over 15 years of performing experience on local and international stages. She's worked with producers, artists and singing groups both at home and abroad from Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica and the United States of America.

Over the years she has steadily developed on her song-writing, singing and arranging abilities; and in 2017 began releasing her original compositions. In 2013 she was discovered and is currently being managed by Royalty and Respect Management. She continues to strive for musical excellence in all she produces and is currently pursuing an Artist's Diploma in Music at UTT, specializing in Voice.

Gabrielle Alleyne

Gabrielle Alleyne

Soprano, Broadway/Contemporary

Gabrielle Alleyne is a student at UTT pursuing her Artist Diploma in Music Performance. She is the recipient of a national scholarship in Visual and Performing Arts and studied drama for four years at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop.

First place winner in several categories at the 2018 Music Festival, Gabrielle was cast in the role of the First FOP and chorus in Caribbean Theatre Productions' Phantom of the Opera and is currently lead singer of the band The FLICK.



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