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Making music history

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Thursday, December 14, 2017
Five of the 14 cellists of the T&T Youth Philharmonic Orchestra perform O Come O Come, Emmanuel.

In a never before attempted or accomplished musical feat, 14 cellists played the Christmas carol O Come O Come, Emmanuel at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (Napa), Port-of-Spain last Saturday evening. The task was executed when the T&T Youth Philharmonic staged Christmas Wonder of His Glorious Majesty.

Keeping the entralled audience captive were the T&T Youth Philharmonic Advanced Orchestra, Euangelion Singers and Band, and VOUS (Voices Of the University School), all under the baton of music director Kenneth Listrop.

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