Keisha Codrington is an extremely gifted musician and steelpan soloist and has been dubbed a prodigy by many who have heard her perform. Born on February 3rd 1994, Keisha is the fourth of six children of Cary and Karen Codrington. Keisha began playing the steelpan at the tender age of three, winning her first competition at the age of seven in 2001. She has since performed extensively throughout Trinidad as a soloist and also with her family band, the Codrington Pan Family.
As a gifted musician, Keisha can also play the piano, trumpet, xylophone/marimba, drum set and the African drums. She has co-arranged for her family band in many competitions including the National Panorama competition, taking the band to the finals each year. Her early music goals included attaining her Bachelor’s degree in music along with a Doctorate in the discipline.
Some of her achievements include but are not limited to:
Keisha has also received many awards in recognition of her outstanding skill and performance on the steelpan.
2023: Arranger for Antillean All Stars Steel Orchestra