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1 June 2011
Young Musicians Set to Play

Sheree Ebanks, a Butterfield Director (right) presents Ministry Of Education, Multi-Agency Liaison Officer Angela McLaughlin with Butterfield’s Sponsorship.

(Grand Cayman – 1 June 2011)  Butterfield and the National Children’s Festival of the Arts are pleased to
announce the 12 student finalists who will compete for the title of 2011 Young Musician of the Year:


Rejaun Henry of St. Ignatius Catholic School, Shanique Ayres of John Gray High School, Kenroy Millwood
of Nicole Bodden's Studio, Jonathan Kjaerbo of Cayman Music School, Isabella Rooney of Cayman Prep
& High School, Costanza Corcoran of Nicole Bodden's Studio, Jayred Myles of Lighthouse School, Zoey
Robinson of St. Ignatius Catholic School, Kirsten Stroup of Wesleyan Christian Academy, Veronic St. Cyr
of St. Ignatius Catholic School, Duran Dawkins of Clifton Hunter High School, and Holly Thompson of Cayman Music School.


“This is truly a wonderful competition that allows our young musicians an opportunity to develop overall
musicianship,” commented the Ministry Of Education’s Angela McLaughlin. “We consider this to be a most
rewarding effort by Butterfield, as this long term commitment is a great contribution to the development
of the Arts in the Cayman Islands. And on behalf of our students, parents, teachers, the Ministry Of
Education and the Department of Education services, we extend thanks to Butterfield for this great


Guests at this year’s awards will have the opportunity to enjoy great musical performances by all 12
student competitors and even have the pleasure of being entertained by the two guest judges, pianist Mr.
Glen Inanga and violinist Mr. John McLaughlin Williams.


“We congratulate all 12 finalists and wish them the best of luck,” said Sheree Ebanks, a director at
Butterfield. “We are proud to once again sponsor the Young Musician of the Year and encourage all our
young musicians to continue striving for excellence.”


Members of the public are invited to support our young musicians this Saturday, June 4th at 7p.m. at the
Harquail Theatre. Admission is free.




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