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MusicTT’s Venue Webinar Draws Local and International Interest

Venue Webinar

Port of Spain, May 03 2024: The Trinidad and Tobago Music Company Limited (MusicTT) hosted a dynamic live webinar on May 2nd titled ‘T&T Premier Venues’, aimed at promoting the performance halls to a diverse audience, both locally or internationally, with the intention of showcasing the venues facilities, its technical capabilities, and highlighting its role in fostering artistic expression.

The webinar, led by MusicTT’s General Manager, Melissa Jimenez, brought together esteemed professionals and stakeholders from the performing arts and entertainment sectors, and provided a platform for fruitful discussions and insights into the potential for global partnerships. The five participating performing arts venues and their respective representatives were as follows:

  • Marlon De Bique, CEO, Naparima Bowl
  • Paige De Leon, General Manager, National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA)
  • Sean McMillan, General Manager, Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA)
  • Colleen Cameron, Bookings and Marketing Coordinator, Queen’s Hall
  • Kern Cowan, Executive Coordinator, Shaw Park Complex

Throughout the webinar, presenters engaged in thought-provoking conversations surrounding the significance of performance spaces as cultural landmarks and economic drivers. The discussion also delved into the diverse programming initiatives, community engagement efforts, commissioning of works, environmental responsibility, and technological advancements driving these venues forward. Attendees gained valuable insights into the unique offerings and capabilities of each venue, from the historic charm of Naparima Bowl and Queen’s Hall to the state-of-the-art facilities at Shaw Park, NAPA and SAPA. Attendees also had the opportunity to pose questions, share insights, and network via chats with fellow participants, laying the groundwork for future collaborations and partnerships.

“On behalf of MusicTT I would like to thank the operators of these venues for trusting us to showcase their exceptional venues through this webinar,” said Melissa Jimenez. “We are thrilled by the overwhelming response to the webinar, which underscores the collective commitment to advancing the growth and sustainability of performance halls worldwide. The event’s success serves as a testament to the power of collaboration and cooperation in driving positive change within the creative industries. These spaces not only serve as vital hubs for artistic expression and cultural exchange but also play a crucial role in positioning our nation as a premier destination for live entertainment experiences.”

The event underscored MusicTT’s commitment to fostering collaboration and amplifying the visibility of Trinidad and Tobago’s music stakeholders on both the local and global stages. By highlighting the richness of the venues available, MusicTT aims to attract increased interest and investment in the nation’s cultural infrastructure while nurturing the growth and sustainability of its vibrant arts scene.

For more information, or to review the T&T Premier Venues Webinar, please visit

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