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February 15, 2013

Concert at the Park Presents "Mga Sayaw Natin" with Folklorico Filipino Dance Company

Join us as we visit the Philippines’ three largest islands. Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, through music and dances with the Folklorico Filipino Dance Company’s performance titled, “Mga Sayaw Natin” in Concert at the Park, this Sunday, February 17, 2013, starting at 6:00 p.m. Venue is at the Flower Clock area in Rizal Park.

Concert at the Park is brought to the public for free by the Department of Tourism, under Sec. Ramon Jimenez, Jr., the National Parks Development Committee (NPDC), now celebrating its 50th year, under Executive Director Juliet H. Villegas, and the People’s Television Four,. NPDC Chief of the Cultural & Public Affairs Mr. Freddie A. Edos is the Executive In Charge of the project. Gie V. Arnold writes the script.

The Folklorico Filipino Dance Company (FFDC) promotes Filipino arts and culture. Members have been actively involved during their students’ days in performances for the school and have not lost their love for dancing even after they left school and joined private dance companies like the Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company, Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group. Later on, they decided to form their own dance group and named it the Folklorico Filipino Dance Company. The company was the in-house performing group of the Illustrado Restaurant for several years and currently is the official cultural group of the Barbara’s Restaurant in Intramuros. They represented the country in the Cultural Dance Festivals held in Tokyo, Japan and in Pusan, South Korea.

For “Mga Sayaw Natin” this Sunday, the program is as follows: CORDILLERA - Paligo, Banga; MARIA CLARA - Rigodon Royale, Pasodoble, Mantones de Seda; MUSLIM ? Magigal, Paunjalay, Malong, Janggay, Kinakulangan, Singkil; and RURAL - Pandanggo, Subli, Binsuan, Tinikling.

Admission to Concert at the Park is free of charge. The public is cordially invited.
Rizal Park
T.M. Kalaw Ave.

T.M. Kalaw Ave.
Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

Sunday February 17, 2013

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