Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form
“Steel pan is beautiful and fun! Also powerful and intense. I never lose interest. Players can have fun playing music, dance as they enjoy their performance. The joy of seeing the audience listen to music, dance and sing… whilst the bands perform also gives me joy and energy to want to play even more. Panorama is amazing! So many people practice for just the one night; it’s really amazing and rewarding when the lights hit me on that big stage.”
In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - Nanae “Nana” Matsumura shares her unconditional love for Pan culture, music and the art form. In addition she speaks on her worldly experiences with Pan in Trinidad, New York, Toronto and her native Japan.
A When Steel Talks Exclusive
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