At age twelve Carole Reid started singing with her church choir where she was soon made a soloist. Her love for music and singing, and with the encouragement of her musician mother, led her to further her studies on Scholarship to The Jamaica School of Music where she studied under Marion Navakowsky and later under Sir Willard White.
Over the years she has matured into a fine performer, with a wide repertoire ranging from The Classics, to Contemporary, Show and Popular music, to Jazz and Folksongs. She has performed as soloist with the National Chorale of Jamaica, the Diocesan Festival Choir, and the National Dance Company Singers and was their Soloist for their performance at Carnegie Hall, She has also performed in Russia, Finland, Canada Cuba Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados among other countries as well as in South Africa at the International Music Festival where she won two silver medals. She is also the recipient of many prestigious awards in her native Jamaica.
Miss. Reid a lover of folk music, has coached the famous soprano Kathleen Battle in Jamaican folk songs. Today she still sings in her church choir and in concerts in churches as she continues to devote her talent to the Glory of God.