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November 27, 2015

An Evening of Choral Pleasure

Inspiring performances of classical, contemporary, and original Filipino music will grace the choral stage as the University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors (UPSA) celebrates its 35 years of musical excellence with a concert series entitled An Evening of Choral Pleasure.
The first of the concert series will be on November 6, 6pm, at the UP Diliman Bulwagan ng Dangal, followed by a performance on November 15, 7pm, at the Ayala Museum to be capped off by a final run on November 30, 6pm, at the Abelardo Hall Auditorium, UP College of Music.
To encourage public appreciation for choral music, UPSA will showcase a repertoire of works from established as well as up-and-coming Filipino composers, arrangers and choreographers in three nights of pure choral bliss.

Since the group's foundation as an ordinary dormitory choir in August 12, 1980, UPSA has gone on to become one of the premier choral groups in the country. Under the leadership of their conductor and founder, Dr. Edgardo Manguiat, UPSA has enshrined to the ALIW Awards Hall of Fame after being awarded as the country's best university choir for three years. UPSA was the country's official entry to the UNESCO International Music Prize in Paris, FRANCE.

After bagging the Grand Prize in the prestigious Guido d'Arezzo in Italy, UPSA qualified to become one of the only four Filipino choirs to vie for the most coveted prize in the world– the European Grand Prix (EGP) for Choral Singing together with the Philippine Madrigal Singers, the UST Singers, and the Ateneo Glee Club.

Contact Details:
For ticket inquiries, please call (63 2) 924-9378 or (63 905) 496-7118.
University of the Philippines

Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Monday November 30, 2015

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