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It’s time for Savannah Party

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Exodus, led by Pelham Goddard, will be one of the hot contenders for Panorama 2014.

It is the only competition on planet Earth that features over 2,000 musicians of percussive instruments on one stage. The eagerly awaited semifinals for large and medium conventional steel orchestras in the 2014 National Panorama takes place on Sunday at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, at noon.

The large band category will field 15 steelbands and one of the day’s big attractions, apart from the pan music, will be a pool on The Greens. The 70-foot-long pool will be introduced by Pan Trinbago and the Pan Splash Posse.

This week, Pan Trinbago secretary Richard Forteau assured: “Everything is ready and in place for this weekend. We actually begin on Saturday with the Single Band and Small Band semifinals, at noon, in the Big Yard. Because of our concern over these categories not attracting large audiences, we are allowing free admission to school students and the young people of orphanages to Saturday’s semifinals. This is Pan Trinbago’s effort to get the young people to hear and appreciate the music for the national instrument.”

 

Read the full story on the Trinidad Guardian http://www.guardian.co.tt/entertainment/2014-02-13/it%E2%80%99s-time-savannah-party