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Diatonic youth make music

GARY CARDINEZ TWENTY-FOUR children participated and graduated from Vacation Pan Camp organised by Diatonic Pan Institute. nike magista pas cher newbalance 2018 The camp ran from July 9 to August 10 and the happy campers were taught to play an instrument, understand rhythm and music theory. nike air presto Sporting activities were also part of the camp. air max 1 og Diatonic Pan Institute is a registered community based organisation (CBO) and NGO and the camp was managed and executed by youthful members of the institute who are all qualified graded musicians.

The Diatonic pan camp graduates.

Alyssa Saney, 14, was the administrator with 16-year-old Jemeel Byer as music tutor. Chaussures Homme New Balance They were ably assisted by Leiah Mollineau, 16; Kyle Charles, 18; and Nicholai Hospedales, 14. acheter newbalance The camp graduation took place on August 11and students showed off their acquired skills to the delight of their parents, friends and extended families. asicss 2018 pas cher new balance Homme pas cher They all received a certificate and a token. moncler paris newbalance pas cher

Richard Baker presents a graduate with a certificate.

Pan Trinbago South Central region vice chairman Richard Baker, Atlantic LNG’s Denise Maloney and councillors from the Siparia Regional Corporation were also in attendance. new balance pas cher 2018 Institute president Keith Byer told the audience of the importance of sports and culture (emphasis on the pan) on the nation’s youth. He also emphasised that the camp was a type of training the trainer as the youthful members who managed the camp were actually being taught life skills and development for adulthood. nike air max bw new balance pas cher Diatonic Pan Institute was assisted by Atlantic LNG, the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts and so the camp was free to students.