Trinis in for pan festivities

NCF, CEO Cranston Browne greeting Neal Devonish, representative of the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism, Trinidad & Tobago and Coordinator for the N.S.S.O tour to Barbados (centre) and a few members of the orchestra at Grantley Adams International Airport last night.
NCF, CEO Cranston Browne greeting Neal Devonish, representative of the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism, Trinidad & Tobago and Coordinator for the N.S.S.O tour to Barbados (centre) and a few members of the orchestra at Grantley Adams International Airport last night.

Last night, Trinidad & Tobago’s Minister of Arts and Multiculturalism, Dr. Lincoln Douglas, along with the 27-strong Trinidad & Tobago National Steel Symphony Orchestra arrived in Barbados and were welcomed by Chief Executive Officer of the National Cultural Foundation, Cranston Browne.

N.S.S.O is on the cards for tonight’s First Citizens Pan Fusion event being held in association the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited on the grounds of Ilaro Court at 8 p.m.

The NCF and N.S.S.O will also be staging a free workshop on Friday, July 12 at the Queen’s Park Steel Shed at 5:30 p.m. which is open to all – pan enthusiasts and novices alike.

This Pan exchange between Trinidad and Barbados was made possible through the kind patronage of the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism.

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