Brac teenager recognized for exceptional music talent

Charles Christopher Godet, 18, was
recognised recently for his exceptional musical talent and for his musical
contribution to the Cayman Brac community.

The presentation by Deputy Premiere
Juliana O’Connor-Connolly was made at a 23 December, 2010, function.

Charles has been playing music for
the last decade, having learned to play the guitar at age eight; he went on to
teach himself the keyboard.

Then, with the help of his father
in 2006, he established the C-Level Band, well-known for performing at hotels
and at Brac events. He has also played in Grand Cayman’s Harquail Theatre.

As a producer of music, Charles has
earned a number of medals at the National Children’s Festival of the Arts.

In making the presentation, Ms
O’Connor-Connolly said her ministry was pleased to acknowledge a young person
who has proven to be a tremendous asset to the Brac community.

“He has shown commitment in
following his passion, and as a community we must take every opportunity to
encourage our young people,” she said. “He is truly a sterling example and we
wish him lots of success as well as God’s richest blessings in his studies.”

Charles is attending Florida
International University, where he is pursuing a degree in business.

“I sincerely thank our Honourable
Deputy Premier for this award. Music has always been, and will always be, a
vital part of my life,” Charles said, “and I look forward to continuing to
provide entertainment on Cayman Brac whenever I have an opportunity to return
home.”

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