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November 24, 2012

Aleron Nativity Concert at UP Diliman

ALERON, the newest all-male ensemble in the Philippine choral scene, under the leadership of Christopher Ong Arceo, proudly invites you to its very first major concert this coming December.
The concert shall feature a newly-commissioned work by upcoming composer Carlo Manuel Serrano, entitled "Motet of Thanksgiving", along with fresh choral arrangements of both traditional and contemporary Christmas music.

About Aleron

ALERON first came into existence in 2007, as the alumni ensemble of the Ateneo de Manila High School Glee Club. Today, the group is composed of male choristers from different backgrounds: most of whom have contributed signifcantly to the growth of the Ateneo choral community.

ALERON, being an all-male ensemble, is geared towards exploring the male choral soundscape. Through the performance of repertoire across musical styles and genres, the group aims to deliver to its audiences a diverse and unique choral experience. ALERON envisions to revolutionize the all-male choral genre by continuously premiering new works of select resident composers and arrangers throughout its concert seasons.

ALERON, translated from Latin as "the winged one," not only aims to soar towards all-male musical excellence, but, more importantly, to enjoin its audiences to experience and embrace its unique brand of choral music.

ALERON takes fight this Christmas season, featuring a commissioned work by upcoming composer Carlo Serrano, entitled Motet of Thanksgiving, and several arrangements of traditional and contemporary Christmas music by Raoul Carlo (Miggi) Angangco.

Ticket Price: P150

Contact Details:
For reservations and inquiries, please call (63 917) 803-0362, (63 920) 905-5175 or e-mail:
Church of the Risen Lord
University of the Philippines

University of the Philippines
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Saturday December 8, 2012

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