Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - Seven bands representing the South/Central Region have registered and are expected to appear before judges in respective pan yards/communities in the medium conventional steel orchestra category of the 2023 Trinidad & Tobago National Panorama. The performances take place over two nights. Event organizer Pan Trinbago has made public details on the order they are scheduled to be judged.
On Tuesday January 24, 2023 the first three: Tornadoes Steel Orchestra, Siparia Deltones Steel Orchestra and Hatters Steel Orchestra - will perform in respective venues beginning at 7:00 p.m. before judges.
The second evening of Wednesday January 25 will see San City Steel Symphony, Pan Elders Steel Orchestra, Southern Marines Steelband Foundation, along with Couva Joylanders Steel Orchestra, who will be defending their 2020 title. Start time is also at 7:00. Data subject to revision.
Venue addresses as provided are listed below.
|SOUTH CENTRAL REGION - MEDIUM|
|Tuesday January 24 at 7:00 p.m.|
|1 - Tornadoes||Richardson Street, Point Fortin|
|2 - Siparia Deltones||Ellis Knight Pan Complex, Railway Road, Siparia|
|3 - Hatters||#100 Lady Hailes Avenue, San Fernando|
|Wednesday January 25 at 7:00 p.m.|
|4 - San City Steel Symphony||Carib Street Complex, Carib Street, San Fernando|
|5 - Pan Elders||#18A Carib Street, San Fernando|
|6 - Southern Marines||Southern Main Road, Marabella|
|7 - Couva Joylanders||Railway Road, Couva|
Steel orchestras from four regions—North, East, South/Central and Tobago—are competing in these preliminaries to move on to the National Semi-finals on Sunday February 5 at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.
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