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First Citizens Banking on Young Musicians

Press Release November 4, 2010

First Citizens has once again demonstrated its commitment to youth development and music in Trinidad and Tobago by sponsoring a series of Developmental Workshops for Young Musicians.

The workshops which ran for a total of four days from 26th – 29th October 2010 at various venues, were a part of the 2010 Trinidad and Tobago Steelpan and Jazz Festival hosted by the Queen’s Royal College Foundation.

San Fernando City Hall, La Joya Auditorium, Lions Cultural Centre and Sangre Grande Civic Centre were the chosen venues for the workshops and were each well attended by students in the respective communities averaging 150 students per workshop.

These workshops were facilitated by Jeremy Ledbetter (Canada – Keyboard), Alexis Baro (Cuba/Canada – Horns) and Natasha Joseph (T&T – Steelpan) and every moment seized the undivided attention of the children.

First Citizens continued involvement in this festival, is a demonstration of the Group’s commitment to Youth Development and Culture in Trinidad and Tobago.

Dexter Charles
Manager – Group Corporate Communications
November 4th 2010

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