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Semi-Finals: Order of Appearance for MEDIUM Steel Orchestras - Trinidad and Tobago National Panorama 2024

Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - In the Medium conventional steel orchestra category, fourteen are in the January 28 semi-finals of the 2024 Trinidad & Tobago National Panorama.  After completion of the preliminary rounds, they are representative of the original set from the Tobago, North, East and South/Central regions.

Couva Joylanders Steel Orchestra from South/Central is currently in the lead based on preliminary scores and performs in the fifth position, while Tobago’s Steel Xplosion is first up.  Also from Tobago are the title defenders Katzenjammers who take the stage third.  

Following, per event organizer Pan Trinbago, is the Order of Appearance for the MEDIUM steel orchestras in semi-final competition.

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Color Key East Zone Region North Zone Region South/Central
Zone Region
Tobago Region

Medium Steel Orchestras - 2024 Semi-Finals:  Order of Appearance

  App# BAND SONG ARRANGER
  #1 Steel Xplosion

Both O Dem
Arddin Herbert
Arddin Herbert
  #2 Arima Angel Harps


 
Is Thunder

Khan Cordice
  #3 Katzenjammers

Rock It kersh-ramsey
Kersh Ramsey
  #4 Sangre Grande Cordettes

Soca Baptist
Clarence Morris
Clarence Morris
  #5 Couva Joylanders

Soca Tatie
Stefon West
  #6 Pamberi

Carnival Jumbie André White
André White
  #7 Pan Elders


 
Come Out To Play
Ojay Richards
  #8 Dixieland

This Melody Sweet

Danté Pantin
  #9 Valley Harps

Flag Party
Keisha Codrington
Keisha Codrington
  #10 Tunapuna Tipica

Rant & Rave

Denzel Headley
&

Aviel Scanterbury
  #11 La Brea Nightingales

Nah Leaving
Adan Hagley
Adan Hagley
  #12 Sound Specialists of Laventille


 
Moving
Seion Gomez
Seion Gomez 
  #13 Curepe Scherzando

Darling Terrance “BJ” Marcelle
Terrance “BJ” Marcelle
  #14 Tornadoes

Engine Room
Shervon “Shev” Edwards
Shervon Edwards
 
 


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