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Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form

Louise McIntosh

Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - “She was a former student of the great music phenom, Winifred Atwell. And as the founder of and an educator at the Pan Pipers Music School, she provided the entree point and stepping stone to the careers of many great Trinidad and Tobago musicians.

In 2005 Ms. Louise McIntosh was awarded the Gold Public Service Medal of Merit for outstanding and meritorious service to Trinidad and Tobago in the sphere of music.”
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It is good to remember these women who contributed to the Steelband.

Another strong and powerful giant with great vision! Thank you sister!

Devoted music teacher and friend of Rio Claro
Secondary School.

As a lover of this glorious instrument I want to say thank you to Louise Mc Intosh, to WST and to the Service Award nominating committee

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