One Hand Don’t Clap

Digitally Restored from 16mm Original

An engaging documentary that traces the history of Calypso and Soca music from their birth through its worldwide diaspora, including its popularization in the 1950s by Harry Belafonte

Wedneday, October 18th - 7:30pm

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Grandmaster Lord Kitchener and Calypso Rose, the first woman to break through in a traditionally male arena, revel in the infectious rhythms and exhilarating irreverence of calypso/soca music. The legendary artists lead audiences from New York recording studios to the awesome magic of Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago. There, the festivities culminate with the fiercely contested annual competition between top calypso singers. A star is born when newcomer David Rudder wins the title of Monarch of the Year