Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - Several bands representing the South/Central Region are scheduled to perform before judges in their quest to qualify for the semi-finals in the small conventional steel orchestra category of the 2023 Trinidad & Tobago National Panorama. This will happen over a period two nights; and they are listed here in the order they are officially scheduled to be judged.
On Monday December 12, 2022, the first four: Swavic Steel Orchestra, Kalomo Kings, Old Tech Steel Orchestra and Southern Stars - will perform in respective venues beginning at 7:00 p.m. before judges.
The second evening of Tuesday December 13, will see Music Makers Pan Symphony, Fusion Steel, Motown Steel Orchestra, Panosonic Connection and Longdenville Claytones, in competition, also beginning at 7:00.
Venue addresses as provided are listed below.
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION - SMALL
|Monday December 12 at 7:00 p.m.|
|1 - Swavic Steel Orchestra||#3 Swavic Rushworth Street, San Fernando|
|2 - Kalomo Kings||Pleasantville Avenue, Pleasantville, San Fernando|
|3 - Old Tech Steel Orchestra||Pleasantville Community Centre|
|4 - Southern Stars||#122 Erin Road, Siparia|
|Tuesday December 13 at 7:00 p.m.|
|5 - Music Makers Pan Symphony||Carib Street, San Fernando (Antillean All Stars panyard)|
|6 - Fusion Steel||Dotttin Street, San Fernando (Fonclaire panyard)|
|7 - Motown||#2 Motown Jadoo Trace, San Fernando|
|8 - Panosonic Connection||10 Macon Street, Victoria Village, San Fernando|
|9 - Longdenville Claytones||Depot Road, Longdenville, Chaguanas|
Steel orchestras from four regions—Northern, Eastern, South/Central and Tobago—are competing in these preliminaries to move on to the National Semi-finals on Saturday January 7, 2023 at Victoria Square, Park Street, Port of Spain.
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