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One of the largest steelpan groups in North America, the Northern Lights Steel Orchestra is a non-profit organization with the simple goal of promoting the steelpan art form. Seeing steelpan in an elevated role, Mervyn T. Jordan established the orchestra in the fall of 1998. Having taken this sweet sounding Caribbean instrument beyond a novel form of tropical entertainment, the NLSO delivers an impressive fusion of musical styles for maximum enjoyment while adding a unique bit to the cultural life of the community. With something different to offer, interest has grown and people of all ages have been attracted by its wide appeal. This multi-ethnic group has quickly become one of the premier pan orchestras in North America. Read More

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Baysville Riverside ParkSince the disappointment of a weather cancelled event in Kearney on the second, we've enjoyed many pleasant afternoons sharing music with you on dock sides, on streets, and in parks this month. Watch for new events soon to be added to the September calendar. The Parry Sound Fly In on September 12 will offer you the entire orchestra.

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“I’m writing this letter on behalf of the Airport Commission to thank you and your group for the outstanding effort and performance during our Anniversary celebration. Thank you for the outstanding effort and performance. The orchestra is indeed the best steel orchestra I’ve personally heard, and I’ve lived in the Caribbean. May I say your entire group was courteous, polite and tidy. If there’s ever anything we can do to help promote your group or perhaps give you a resounding recommendation, please let me know. It was a pleasure to meet you all and to listen to a terrific group of musicians. BRAVO!!” —Parry Sound

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