In Celebration of A R T S and L O V E month.
Film Development Council of the Philippines
S I N I N G S I N T A
featuring the Arts and Creation of our Local Painters and Artists
A wide variety of exciting activities await the public in the 13th PASINAYA OPEN HOUSE FESTIVAL 2017: PALABAS AT PALIHAN; the largest annual multi-arts festival in the country with more than 300 shows in music, theater, dance, visual arts, film, and literature to choose from and more than 50,000 viewers. Taking as its theme ARTS FOR PEACE, the festival which will be held at the CCP and various museums and galleries in the city will feature excerpts from the works of over a hundred arts groups and thousands of artists from around the country.
Pasinaya 2017 introduces an additional day of workshops in various arts forms for all ages that cater to varied interests in the Palihan (Workshop-All-You-Can) on February 4 (9:00AM to 3:00PM). Children, youth and adults can choose from more than forty (40) short workshops in music, theater, dance, visual arts, crafts and hobbies conducted by leading artists and companies. It will also feature an Arts Market where audiences can pre-register for the Summer Arts workshops.Experience introductory hands-on sessions that stimulate creativity and unleash your inner artist!
For the Workshop Schedule, click here.
During the Palabas component of the festival on February 5 (8:00AM to 6:00PM), the public will be treated to previews of the forthcoming season productions of the CCP and its resident companies – Ballet Philippines, Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company, National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA), UST Symphony Orchestra, Philippine Ballet Theatre, Philippine Madrigal Singers, Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group, Tanghalang Pilipino and the UST Symphony Orchestra. There will be performances by artists from all over the country in dance, music and theater as well as art exhibits, film showings, food booths and tiangge, making the CCP the happiest place on Earth that weekend.
For the Festival Schedule, click here.
Museums, Galleries and other Cultural Venues
Once more, our partner museums and galleries (Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Museo Marino, National Museum: National Museum of Fine Arts and National Museum of Anthropology, BahayTsinoy, Casa Manila, NCCA Gallery, Museo Pambata, UP Manila Museum of a History of Ideas, Cinematheque Manila – Film Development Council of the Philippines, and 1335 Mabini) will also be open to the public as audiences will be transported using the hop-on-hop-off vans provided by the by the Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (MFPI). There will be thirty (30) vans that will go around the said museums, galleries and the CCP Complex to transport the audiences. Cultural venues such as the Galleria Duemila, Avellana Art Gallery, Hub Make Lab – 98B Collaboratory and the Pandancan community join the 2017 edition of Pasinaya bringing the number of partner venues to fifteen (15).
For the Museum and Galleries Route Map, click here.
For the Museum Program, click here.
The National Museum and the Office of Senator Loren Legarda present a weaving demonstration of the langkit by Maranao weavers Saadira Basmala, Monawira Basmala and Salika Maguindanao, as well as the inaul by Maguindanao weavers Haja Normina Collie, Amelia Ades, Normina Odin and Sarika Pendatun. This free event will take place at the Reception Room, 4th floor, National Museum of Anthropology (Old Finance Building), Rizal Park, Manila. Running on February 3 and 4, the weaving demonstration will take place from 10 am to 4 pm.
For more information, please read the About section of this FB page or email at nationalmuseumph.anthropol
© Cyril Abas and the National Museum of the Philippines (2017)
Experience the first pop-up dinner in the heart of Manila this Valentine’s Day with Love at Azcarraga. For one night, the arcades of San Sebastian College and Laperal Apartments will be transformed into romantic gardens where you can enjoy a unique dining experience with authentic flamenco music and even better company right inside the University Belt.
Everyone is welcome — from the happily taken, bitter ‘til the end, friends and “friends”. The communal tables are perfect for singles looking to mingle with star athletes and cheerleaders from NCAA and UAAP teams. Our special guests will be around to hang out, sign autographs and take photos with everyone at the customized photo walls. Love might be hard to find, but we’ll help you fake it (‘til you make it) on social media.
Love at Azcarraga is a charity event and half the profits will go to the ten-year restoration of San Sebastian Basilica, the country’s only all-metal building, Tickets for the college arcade are pre-sold at P 300 each, inclusive of food and entertainment.
The dinner is a Q event, spearheaded by San Sebastian Basilica Conservation and Development Foundation, Inc. and Laperal Apartments. The two are part of a collective of Quiapo’s historical sites which hopes to put the neighborhood back on the map by making use of public spaces. The event is also in partnership with San Sebastian College, whose students will manage the evening’s food service for their venue. Converse is Love in Azcarraga’s official corporate sponsor.
Tickets can be purchased in San Sebastian College and Laperal Apartments (Youniversity Suites). For more details, email email@example.com
Isang dula tungkol sa paglilibing kay Marcos sa LNMB na paiiyakin ka sa katatawa at kukurutin ka sa puso? Panoorin ang TATLONG MONOLOGO AT ISANG MAGNANAKAW!
Fringe Manila and the Cultural Center of the Philippines present TATLONG MONOLOGO AT ISANG MAGNANAKAW
For ticket inquiries, please call the CCP Box Office at 832-3704 or Ticketworld at 891-9999. You may also contact 0917-563-4470
SYMPHONIC AEGIS – AEGIS IN SYMPHONY
and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra
Herminigildo G. Ranera, conductor
Directed by Ariel S. R. Yonzon
The Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex Employees Organization
with the support of
The Cultural Center of the Philippines
Rock on to the artistic fusion of classical music and Original Filipino rock music, featuring the renowned band AEGIS in this unique symphonic concert! The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Herminigildo Ranera, once again proves its versatility as it adds its classical flavor to the rock band’s original music. AEGIS will also surprise audiences with a crossover performance of classical numbers. This event is a fundraising project of the CCP Complex Employees Organization.
By authority of her Infernal Majesty, the Queen of the Manila Underworld,JOYEN, you are hereby commanded and required to submit at the INFERNA on February 10th 8PM at the CCP Black Box Theater, then and there to testify under oath and pledge your full allegiance to Hell and all of its pleasure.
You are chosen to take part in this night of red wine and delirium, and witness the final rites of the Queen’s favorite pet demons — neither male nor female — Celine HellonHeels and The Star Ore, in a frenzy of bondage, fire, metal, and high heels. Melt in the vibrations of Saninja‘s dark hymns that dampen your aural fixation.
A tribute of Php800 for early crows is enforced. All tribute must be settled prior to the gathering; walk-ins are prohibited. You are hereby warned that failure on your part to comply with this invite translates as your admission that hell is already within you.
Tickets are available at the CCP Box Office [call 832 3704] or TicketWorld [call 891-9999 or visit www.ticketworld.com.ph] or email firstname.lastname@example.org for bank transfer details
The Goethe-Institut Philippinen and the University of Santo Tomas (UST) present CLASSICAL X ELECTRO, A Unique Cross-Genre Experience, an exciting interplay between classical orchestra music and contemporary electronic music, set to be staged at the UST Beato Angelico Gallery on February 9th.
Known for their commitment to new music, Ensemble Resonanz will fascinate audiences with a passionate performance, alongside rising Filipino musical artist, similarobjects. It will be the first time for the Hamburg-based European orchestra, Ensemble Resonanz, to perform in the Philippines. Whereas, similarobjects has become a permanent fixture in the local electronic music scene, headlining gigs at clubs, and entertaining a massive crowd at the annual Malasimbo music festival.
Manila has a very rich history that we all need to protect. But how do we do it? Hear from experts at the Heritage Manila, Heritage Cities happening on Feb. 8-9, 2017 at De La Salle University! See photo for more details.