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click to read more New York - Trinidad and Tobago is the birthplace and Mecca for the steelpan music instrument but New York continues to plant the seeds for present and future greatness, in addition to maintaining its past legacy for distinction. Bringing up the rear or coming in second is simply not part of New York's DNA. With the holiday season upon us and the New Year of 2012 knocking at the door, it was lights, cameras and action in the Big Apple with a flare that only the city that calls "Broadway" home can produce. Jack Frost may have been nipping at the nose but that didn't phase these performers and musicians - it was Steel Pan in New York. From half-pint seven year olds to two-tailed tux veterans, educators and professors - steelpan music on the grand stage was in full effect and second to none. Pan music and proud parents in the house Four consecutive nights of a silver plate full of great steelpan music treats, entertainment and theatre on a very high level blanketed the NYC landscape. The old musicians and Broadway adage "Let Me Entertain You" was never more alive.