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Andrew Clarke is a multi-talented artist, serving as the founder and artistic director of Braata Folk Singers and Braata Productions. With a degree from Edna Manley College and a Prime Minister's Youth Award for Excellence in Arts and Culture, he has achieved remarkable recognition. Clarke's stage career includes notable performances in productions such as "Ecstasy" (UK tour) and a Jamaican adaptation of James Baldwin's "Amen Corner," earning him nominations for Best Actor.

As a gifted vocalist, he has garnered 30 gold medals and numerous national awards from the JCDC National Festival of the Performing Arts Competition. Clarke's commitment to promoting Jamaican culture led him to establish the Braata Folk Singers and the nonprofit organization Braata Productions, providing a platform for Caribbean talents in the creative industries.

While pursuing his own career, Clarke remains dedicated to charitable endeavors. He headlined the 'Andrew Clarke Benefit Concert' in Trinidad and Tobago, partnering with Rotary International and the 'Gift of Life Program' to raise funds for children with congenital heart defects. Currently pursuing his undergraduate studies at Brooklyn College, Clarke continues to inspire and uplift through his artistry, ensuring the preservation and celebration of Jamaican culture while nurturing the next generation of performers and artists.

Andrew Clarke



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