Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation
October 10th, 2015
The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) was formed as a result of the amalgamation of two factions, the calypso association and the young upstarts who bandied together to form the Trinidad Calysonians organisation. The new body today represents over 600 practicing artistes. – MORE INFO ,

The National Junior Calypso Monarch Competition has now become one of the premier events in the Carnival Calender, and is Co-Ordinated by a national junior calypso committee comprising teachers, school principals and parents.


  • Kit

    Lord Kitchener

    The grandmaster Lord Kitchener (Aldwin Roberts) is one of Trinidad’s best-loved calypsonians. With a career...

    Black Stalin

    Born on Coffee Street, the heart of San Fernando, Stalin still resides there, but is among the more predictable...

    Singing Sandra

    Born in East Dry River, and raised in Morvant, DesVignes sang and acted as a child, including performances in...
    Mighty Sparrow

    The Mighty Sparrow

    Dr. Slinger Francisco better known as The Mighty Sparrow, affectionately dubbed, The Birdie is the unrivaled...
  • Winston

    Winston Scarbarough

    Winston Scarborough is considered by many to be one of the all-time great composers of steel-band ‘panorama...

    Marinda Joseph

    Marinda has been singing calypso professionally for the past six. She has been a member of Calypso Revue cast of...

    Sugar Aloes

    Sugar Aloes, aka Michael Anthony Osuana, is a prominent calypsonian hailing from Trinidad and Tobago. Singing...
    Calypso Rose Paleo

    Calypso Rose

    Calypso Rose born McCartha Linda Sandy-Lewis, April 27, 1940 in Bethel, Tobago is a calypsonian. She began...



  1. National Calypso Monarch.
  2. Extempo Monarch.
  3. Categories Monarch which include: Social & Political Commentary

Registration forms are available at the following offices:

  • Administrative Office – 45c Jerningham Avenue, Belmont. Ph: 623-9660
  • East Zone – Terminal Mall, Priority Bus Route, Arima. Ph: 667-2262
  • North Zone – New City Mall, #41 Independence Square. Port-of-Spain. Ph: 627-7876
  • South Central Zone – Harris Promenade, City Hall, San Fernando. Ph: 653-5732
  • Tobago Zone – Unit #15, Fairfield Complex, Bacolet, Scarborough. Ph: 639-2061 or  Email:

Upcoming Events

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Monday 08th June, 2015

The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation {TUCO} Junior Vacation Camp begins on Monday 06th July through Wednesday 22nd July 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12 Noon.

There would be a Special Field Trip on Thursday 16th July!!!

It’s a Camp near you… so come and meet Senior Calypsonians and learn from the Experts how to compose a Calypso as well as master the art of Extempo. You will also be familiarized with the History of Calypso, Stage Presentation and the Job of the Master of

Ceremonies also known as the “MC”.

It’s going to be a fun learning experience of Rhythm, Rhyme, Soca and Gospelypso…..Free…Free…Free!!!

The program will be conducted at the following venues:


North – Grand Stand Queen’s Park Savannah,
Bernice Carr – 1-868-623-9660 / 1-868-737-0477
East – Tunapuna Boys’ R.C School. Curtis Conyette – 1-868-667-2262
South – WACK 90.1 FM Radio Station,
Coffe Street, San Fernando. 1-868-776-4908
Steve Pascall– 1-868-653-5732 / 1-868-758-0850


© 2014 TUCO is the governing body for the Calypso artform indigenous of Trinidad & Tobago.
This site honours it's pioneers. © Copyright Trinbago Unfied Calypsonians Organisation. All rights reserved.
Head Office
Phone: 1(868) 623-9660 / 625-1629
Fax:1(868) 623-9660 / 625-1629
#45C Jerningham Avenue, Belmont, Port of Spain