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Also on Saturday night, traffic was slowed
to snail s pace along Mooneram Street, St
James for the Cheers Christmas event. With
the delicacies of the season available, live
music was provided by The Love Bunch
paranderos, Sapophonics steelband and
Unity tassa group.
Sunday s Christmas luncheon and awards
ceremony, hosted by TT Carnival Bands
Association (TTCBA) at The Lodge, Alexan-
dra Street, St Clair, was a resounding success.
A capacity filled hall was treated to a sump-
tious traditional Christmas lunch by Dune
Ali and Rib House. Officiating were TTCBA
president Jerry Weekes, Rosalind Gabriel,
Arden Knox and Roland St George.
Among the recipients of awards for their
numerous years of contributing to T&T
Carnival were 91-year-old Carnival admin-
istrator Phyllis Mitchell, 93-year-old Dragon
masquerader Dereck Morgan, Canute
Spencer, Albert Bailey, Neville Aming, Lionel
Jagessar, Miguel Marchand, Senior Gomez,
CAL Invaders and White Oak Starlift.
Pan in the Christmas
A weekend is not complete without pan
in its mix and Pan Trinbago brings down
the curtain on its Pan in De Countryside
series for yet another year in Santa Flora.
The event which had a successful run in
far-flung districts of T&T will culminate at
the Subnaik Park, Santa Flora, tomorrow,
Pan in De Countryside as the name sig-
nifies is a concert-style event showcasing
the music of the steelpan in places not nor-
mally exposed to such events.
The pan jamboree will include parang
and soca parang in keeping with the Christ-
mas season. Performers include NLCB Fon-
claire, Fyzabad 4th Dimension, Diatonic
Steel Orchestra, Curepe Polyphonics Steel
Orchestra, San City Symphony, Ninja, with Sweetness
Serenaders and DJ KC Klass is Class. Admission is
free and patrons are invited to walk with their cool-
ers.As a special incentive, Pan Trinbago will be pro-
viding a shuttle service with a limited number of
seats at $125 per person. The maxi taxi will depart
Pan Trinbago s Head Office, Park Street, Port-of-
Spain at 2 pm. Interested people can call 625-3556.
Pan in de Countryside is a series of "open air"
pan concerts designed to take steelband music to far
flung villages and small towns where there is an
absence of steelband and where there is little under-
standing of what pan can offer the community.
Similar events have been staged in Tableland,
Biche, Speyside (Tobago), Tabaquite.
The December affair is supported by the Siparia
This evening Carib Woodbrook Playboyz continues
its Pan & Parang after-work series on Fridays with
performances by Scrunter and Carib Santa Rosa.
The series culiminates next week Friday, December
20, with former National Calypso Monarch Denyse
Plummer and Los Alumnos de San Juan, featuring
queen of parang Alicia Jagessar. Keeping both evenings
together musically is DJ Steve Sealy.
One of the most eagerly awaited musical events
in Laventille takes place tomorrow, at 5.30 pm, at
Our Lady of Fatima RC Church, Laventille Hill. It
is the staging of the second annual The Hills Are
Alive, hosted by Witco Desperadoes.
Not to be left out and keeping the national instru-
ment alive at Christmas time is PCS Silver Stars.
The orchestra is staging its 22nd edition of Parang
& Steel tomorrow evening, from 8 pm, at its pan
theatre on Tragarete Road, Newtown. Silver Stars
guests are La Divina Pastora and Denyse Plummer.
The former National Panorama champion ends its
2013 on December 21 with guests artistes Crazy and
More sweet steelband music is available tonight
and through this weekend as Lydians Steel is sharing
the spotlight at Queen s Hall, at The Lydians 2013
Christmas A Season of Love Concert.
On Sunday evening, at 6 pm, Christmas in the
Park is being held at Auzonville Park, Tunapuna. At
this event, birdsong Academy Steel and birdsong
Steel Orchestra will be joined by birdsong Academy
Orch, Richie Quarless Orch, Raf Robertson & birdsong
Small Ensemble, Los Paranderos de birdsong, John
Thomas, Eastern Youth Chorale and more.
Pan Trinbago brings down curtain on Pan in De Countryside
Marcia Miranda had the children singing her popular
parang soca hit, Tiefin' Parang Band, at last
Saturday's WSJCA event, held at Adam Smith
Square in Woodbrook.
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