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October 8, 2012


THE Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), together with its officers, staff and members of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra surprised the pre-departure crowd at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 with a “flashmob” performance on October 3, 2012.  The performance was held in celebration of the CCP’s 43rd anniversary. Through this “random act of culture”, the CCP brings performance out of its Roxas Boulevard venue to a public space to exemplify its vision of “making art matter to the life of every Filipino.”  The said project is made possible in cooperation with the NAIA.

Throughout its 43 years of existence, the CCP has strived to bring the most exciting and engaging cultural experiences from the Philippines and all over the world to audiences at the CCP complex, various venues in the regions, and recently, on the world wide web through its online programs.

The CCP also commits to the broadening of audiences who support, appreciate and participate in artistic and cultural activities. The arts education and outreach programs ensure that the arts are appreciated by the next generation of Filipinos and numerous communities outside the CCP complex. 

The 300 strong workforce of the CCP led by its officers believe that art is engaging, elucidating and enlivens civic participation. This is the reason why CCP performs a “random act of culture” – to prove that art can happen anywhere and matter to everyone.

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