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December 2, 2010

CCP Calendar of Events


02 - 12
(Ballet Philippines)
Choreography by: Edna Vida
Music by: Mark Charlap and Jule Styne
Since its 1983 premiere, BP”s Peter Pan has been a must-see Christmas tradition. Revisit the immortal story by James Barrie, as told through dance, of the boy who would not grow up. See Peter Pan flying with the Darling children: Wendy, John, and Michael as they meet Captain Hood, Smee , Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys and the other denizens of Never Never Land.
02, 05, 10 - 12 December at 10:00 AM & 3:00 PM
03 December at 3:00 PM & 8:00 PM
04 December at 10:00 AM / 3:00pm / 8:00 PM
11 December at 08:00 PM
Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater)
Tickets: Php Evening Php1,200 / 1,000 / 600; Matinee Php600 / 500 / 300

(Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra)
Olivier Ochanine, conductor
"Ring in the Holidays" with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra as we present music that caters to the 'classical' concert-goer but also brings holiday cheer in the mix. The concert opens with the beautiful Unanswered Question of American composer Charles Ives. The work, scored for trumpet, four flutes and string orchestra, depicts the inconclusiveness brought about by a question in the trumpet whose progressively angry answer in the flutes seems to evade the question at hand. Also on the programme are the exciting Philippine Portraits of Redentor Romero and Tchaikovsky's luring Francesca da Rimini. The second half of the programme invites the audience to sing along to beloved Christmas carols as the PPO welcomes the Holidays!
8:00 PM
Tanghalang Nicanor Abelarado (CCP Main Theater)
Tickets: Php1,000 / 800/ 500 / 350 / 200

17 – 18
(Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company)
An international folk dance festival in the Philippines. Selected performers and artists from various worldwide dance groups come together with the Philippine national dance company, the Bayanihan, in sharing their traditions in the art of dance and music, promoting solidarity and goodwill among nations. 2010 participating countries include Greece, Colombia, Sicily, Turkmenistan, Korea and Singapore.
17 December at 8:00 PM
18 December at 3:00 PM
Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater)
Tickets: Php

21- 22
A Christmas celebration, the Philippine Madrigal Singers performs selections of the season with its renowned guest artists and alumni, Cristina Viguilla-Navarro and Sal'My Neo Malaki.
8:00 PM
Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater)
Tickets: Php


Celebrate the holidays with VAMOS A BELÉN, a presentation of various sculptural renditions of the nativity scene from around the world. These Christmas crèches of different makes, sizes and materials are selections from the Belén collection of the late Ramon Obusan, National Artist for Dance. The exhibit is a presentation of the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group.

Pasilyo Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Wall)
Exhibit runs until January 9, 2011

ANO BAYANI? Group exhibit by TutoK presented in cooperation with Tin-aw Art Gallery. TutoK’s yearend exhibit for 2010 will be a convergence of artists and collectives across different visual art practices. What are heroes, anyway, and how is heroism relevant in the cultural fabric of how we perceive and create leaders and role models? This year’s theme will attempt to question the notion of heroism through paintings, sculpture, installations, multimedia and performance art.

Exhibit Opening on December 9, 2010/Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery) and CCP 3rd Floor Hallway. Exhibit runs until January 30, 2011


Artista ng Bayan presented by Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP) is a traveling exhibit of artworks from its calendar project that highlights the role of artists as catalysts and movers for social change and nation building.

Exhibit Opening on December 9, 2010 at the CCP 2nd Floor Hallway. Exhibit runs until January 30, 2011



In selected communities in Luzon ongoing this December 2010

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