St. Joseph’s Academy and Villa Primary Steel Orchestras
remain in Winner’s Row

Antigua & Barbuda - Fourteen Antigua & Barbuda primary and secondary school steel orchestras competed in the country’s Independence school Panorama, held on the evening of October 30 at the Yasco Sport complex in the twin-island nation’s capital of St. John’s. The ranking system was used to judge the Panorama, which saw both defending champs in the primary and secondary divisions retain their respective titles.
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  • Good school panorama for Antigua and Barbuda again this year 2012, am very happy to be alive, a few years ago when i said on ZDK radio pan will come back alive in this country ,some persons felt i was the biggest crazy man in Antigua and Barbuda.

    My self and the like of Staford Joseph, Vincent Michael, Patrick Johnson and all the Arrangers must be very happy with what we are seeing today.

    Big up every one who continue to put in the hard work for the art of steel pan in Antigua and Barbuda.

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