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Montserrat Cultural School of Arts on the go

Keithroy 'De Bear' Morson

Keithroy ‘De Bear’ Morson

Keithroy ‘De Bear’ Morson is the architect and director of the new Montserrat Cultural School of Arts, a school that has been a passion for him for some time now. The School of Arts is located in Brades.

As he invites children and adults to register for various classes in music and drums, he has announced that there is to be added another instrument as part of the curriculum. However, De Bear warns that space is limited for some of the classes. That is so because he says, “Unless you have your own, I can accommodate eight students for now, I have eight guitars, just brought them in from Antigua, thanks to the Premier…”

However, he warns that the lessons are for beginners. “If you are already playing, probably that’s not for you,” he said.

The school will stage a show during festival, but he cautions, “…let me make it absolutely clear it’s a school, and when I showcase children in December, it’s what the school is doing, so if your child doesn’t attend the school don’t expect me to put your child on the show it’s as simple as that.”

While encouraging more participation Mr. Morson cautions that only children who attend the school will be able to perform on the show.

He also points out that masquerade drumming lessons will commence shortly.

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Keithroy 'De Bear' Morson

Keithroy ‘De Bear’ Morson

Keithroy ‘De Bear’ Morson is the architect and director of the new Montserrat Cultural School of Arts, a school that has been a passion for him for some time now. The School of Arts is located in Brades.

As he invites children and adults to register for various classes in music and drums, he has announced that there is to be added another instrument as part of the curriculum. However, De Bear warns that space is limited for some of the classes. That is so because he says, “Unless you have your own, I can accommodate eight students for now, I have eight guitars, just brought them in from Antigua, thanks to the Premier…”

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However, he warns that the lessons are for beginners. “If you are already playing, probably that’s not for you,” he said.

The school will stage a show during festival, but he cautions, “…let me make it absolutely clear it’s a school, and when I showcase children in December, it’s what the school is doing, so if your child doesn’t attend the school don’t expect me to put your child on the show it’s as simple as that.”

While encouraging more participation Mr. Morson cautions that only children who attend the school will be able to perform on the show.

He also points out that masquerade drumming lessons will commence shortly.