Suzette Vidale is a talented and innovative steelpannist in the Toronto steelpan community. She welcomes you to come join her workshop
Steelpan With Suzette.

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The Steelpan, the only pitched percussive instrument invented in the 20th century, was created in the twin republic islands of Trinidad and Tobago. It has journeyed throughout the decades to evolve into an accepted and celebrated instrument.
Join Suzette Vidale as she speaks about the instrument's origins, evolution and current innovations.

Have fun while learning the proper technique of holding the sticks, stance and playing a steelpan.
Expect to learn a simple song, no musical knowledge required
Saturday, September 29, 2012 — 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Saturday, September 29, 2012 — 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Adults & Children (ages 7 & up)
Sanderson Library
327 Bathurst Street (Bathurst & Dundas)
Toronto, Ontario
This activity is wheelchair accessible.

*Please register at the branch or call 416-393-7653 as space is limited.

"Steelpan belongs on a world stage" ~ Max Roach