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Monday, October 06, 2008

Masquerade Band Launch


“LET THE Music Play” is the theme of Masquerade’s Carnival 2009 presentation. Designed by Randolph Alexis, the band will comprise ten sections “for the enjoyment of its masqueraders” and will once again be all-inclusive with costumes ranging in cost from $1900 to $2300.

The sections reflect the diversity of the types of music which we all enjoy and inherently promote the plural society in which we find ourselves.

“Let The Music Play” sections include:” Marching Bands”, “Classical”, “Jazz”, “Parang”, “Reggae”, “Rhythm and Blues”, “Samba”, “Soca”, “Tamboo Bamboo” and “Zouk”.

Costumes can be viewed at the mas camp, 19 De Verteuil Street, Woodbrook, Port of Spain, or by logging on to the website www.masquerade.co.tt


For photos of Masquerade's band launch visit their gallery at Xclusive Eventz.


SOURCE:
www.newsday.co.tt
www.xclusiveventz.com

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