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March 14, 2013

Paco Park Presents Maestro Lucio D. San Pedro - Isang Pag Ala-ala

This Friday, March 15, 2013, starting at 6:00 p.m., Paco Park Presents celebrates the birth centenary of National Artist for Music Lucio D. San Pedro, with featured students from the Sta. Isabel College Conservatory of Music. Ms. Thea Perez is program host.

Paco Park Presents is a regular public service project of the Department of Tourism, under Sec. Ramon Jimenez, Jr., the National Parks Development Committee (NPDC), under Executive Director Juliet H. Villegas, and the People’s Television. 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.

Maestro Lucio D. san Pedro was “a master composer, conductor and teacher whose music evokes the folk elements of the Filipino heritage. His civic commitment and work with town bands contributed to the civic culture among Filipino communities and opened the creative outlets of the young Filipinos.” In 1991, Maestro San Pedro became the recipient of the “highest national recognition given to Filipino individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of Philippine arts”, specifically in music.

“Isang Pag-Ala-ala Kay Maestro Lucio D. San Pedro” is composed of the following works of the late Maestro San Pedro and the featured performers: SA UGOY NG DUYAN featuring Aimee Buzeta; KABUKIRAN featuring Maribel Ararao; SALAMISIM featuring Rembrand Timario; SA SIMULA AKO’Y LABONG featuring John Pitas; DIWATA NG PAG-IBIG featuring Sheila Manga; ROMANCE featuring Chynna Molina and Maribel Ararao; SAMPATAK NA HAMOG featuring Poli Laurito; ARAW-ARAW SA MAYNILA featuring Mary Ann Villamor and Mark Elorta; MANALIG KANG INIIBIG KITA featuring SHEILA MANGA and MARK ELORTA; MUNTING TAHANAN featuring John Pitas and Joseph Ortiz; ang PAMANA featuring selected members of the Santa Isabel College Chamber Orchestra.

Admission to Paco Park Presents is free of charge. The public is cordially invited.
Paco Park

San Marcelino St., Paco
Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

Friday March 15, 2013

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