Sanell Dempster

Sanell Dempster, Snakey (Heaven Charles), Anna Assing and Burt Marcellin.

Big brass soca music is set to make a return to the spotlight at today’s launch of Carnival 2020. Burt Marcellin and his Brass to the World (B2W) big brass soca band have been selected to perform at the National Carnival Commission (NCC) official season opener this evening at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.

Today’s performance brings full circle a recent tour of performances that saw the band travel to Montreal in Canada and Boston, USA. Marcellin said it also gives credit to their overall mission to return big brass to the heart of mas in T&T.

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