|“Culturally matured and socialized within the small picturesque
fishing village of Black Rock, Tobago, I, Kersh Darion Ramsey, can
be recognized as a young pan sensation, and drummer. Summarizing
oneself is never a simple task, especially taking into account, the
varying talents in which one aspires. Modestly acknowledging my
skills, I see myself as a seed continuously growing each day and
gaining tremendous experience which enables me to strengthen and
prepare for the task ahead.
“I am a young and talented musical star, living each day with a vision of empowerment, achievement and success. Motivated by the passion for the national instrument – the steel pan - and the African drum from the tender age of four, it is not surprising that I serve as a trainer and section leader in one of the oldest cultural institutions on the island of Tobago.
“My service as cultural activist has not only borne fruits in my community but in parts of Europe and Central America. I am simply a young male who has used the indigenous musical instruments to transform my life to positive adulthood.
“Currently doing my Bachelor’s in performing arts and Fine arts at the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT).”