An inspiring, award-winning documentary film chronicling the music and vibrant culture that surrounds the steel pan of Trinidad and Tobago, “In the Panyard” will debut on the silver screen at CSUSM on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. in ARTS 111. Following the film screening, filmmaker and musician Keli Ross-Ma’u will perform a live concert with his steel drum school, Kainga Music. Tickets are required.



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CSUSM Students
FREE

CSUSM Faculty & Staff
$7.50

Community Members
$15

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