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Meet Julie Williams of Exodus Steel Orchestra Trinidad & Tobago

Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form


Trinidad & Tobago- From child to adult, the steelpan instrument has been a constant love and comrade. Her love for the instrument is profound. In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks, Julie Williams of Exodus Steel Orchestra Trinidad and Tobago, shares her insight, experiences and expectations for the steelpan art form.

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Very well said Julius.
XO is proud that you are part of our Team and contributing positively.
Congrats and THANKS.

Well said Jules. I know you love what you are doing, keep up the good work.

An up-lifting and inspiring interview! I enjoyed reading your responses to all the questions you were asked. I agree with your opinion that Panorama is both a curse and a blessing. It grieves me that most steel bands no longer have a versatile repertoire of music, as they did when I was a young woman. Keep up the admirable work that you are doing with your band, Exodus, and continue to be a worthy female ambassador in the pan movement. Blessings!

Elizabeth Bonair

Congratulations to you Julie

Your responses were to the point and very reflective

Denise L. J. Hernandez

Big-up all the women in pan.


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