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Wavel Howell (Mark): Classic Player/Conductor/Composer
Mark is a musical genius. 
As a professional piano player and composer-conductor, Mark directed several successful choirs singly in various churches throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn and in Harlem.  Mark has played and conducted several times St. Patrick Cathedral’s Choir in New York City for the annual Black History Month Mass which involves several ethnic groups from the United States, Africa, and the Caribbean.  
Mark is the proud founder of the Mark Howell Singers.

The score for TBLTC's first theatrical masters’ piece, “Ebony: The Black Rose or Antwàn Lan Gomye" is a Mark's creation.  The second piece as well, “Reclaiming Choukoun," bears his celebrity signature.  On his own, he wrote several successful melodies, such as “The Lord’s Prayer,” which he transformed into an operatic piece.  When you reach beyond this page, you will be able to enjoy Mark's latest and more . . .

"Make Me An Instrument."

 Mark Howell and Bob Lapierre are brothers.  Together, they bond Ayiti and Jamaïca.

YOU ARE INVITED TO REACH INTO THE WORLD OF AN UNSUNG GENIUS. (Click the Picture)

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Le Groupe D'appui A L'éducation a pour mission de contribuer à la construction

d’un avenir meilleur, à travers l’éducation des enfants et des jeunes,

et l’encadrement des familles.

Vous êtes invité à visiter le GAED et à apporter votre support,
si le coeur vous en dit
.  (Click the Picture)

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Please, you are invited to visit "Kylti."
It’s the evidence of Ayitians' will for development and cultural innovation.

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IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT
YOUR AYITIAN CULTURE
TBLTC, Inc.
Recommands
http://boblapierretheatre.wix.com/the-ayitian-theatre

 



                                   










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PNP is symbolic to the true interpretation of our 1960's musical geniality: artistic, poetic, inspiring lyrical and musical brilliance; it mimics the virtuosity of our musical groups and cultural innovation then . . .  and . . . !

                                                                                                                                                               Bob Lapierre


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