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For the most part in life, as in dance - timing is everything.
The 150th birth anniversary of Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio swings our way this year. As part of the string of celebrations marking his life, Ballet Philippines generously opened their doors to the musicians of Rock Ed Philippines for this collaboration – a creative venture that is now seemingly bigger than the sum of both institutions. Rock Ed volunteer artists worked separately and together to weave rock music into the loom and backdrop of this stunning theatre-dance creation.
Timing also helped both groups land on the doorstep of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and the National Commission on Culture and Arts. In turn, the academics of the Historical Commission decided to risk, guide, and allow the rock musicians and dancers to tell the story of this great Filipino. This is a collective attempt to reintroduce Andres Bonifacio – as tao (human) alongside his being a rebolusyonaryo.
Everyone involved in [ROCK] Supremo recognizes the tremendous value of constantly telling the story of our nation, and all those who helped defend and build it- [ROCK] Supremo is also a salute to those who continue to build the Philippines to this day. Gratis to the Cultural Center of the Philippines for cradling this mission.
The historian battles scepticism, the rock musician battles hoarseness, while the dancer exudes grace on blistered feet. All sacrifices in – we present to you [ROCK] Supremo.
Mabuhay ang Pilipinas.
Ms. Gang Badoy
Founder, Rock Ed Philippines
Executive Producer, [ROCK] Supremo
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COMMUNITY WALK TO HONOR OF TEACHERS ON OCT. 1
In celebration of the National Teachers’ Month and the World Teachers’ Day, Synergeia Foundation invites the public to participate in a community walk to honor all teachers entitled This One’s For You to be held on October 1, 2011 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) starting at 1:00 p.m.
Various fun activities include arts and crafts, Jeepney ni Jan-Jan games, computer games, photo booths, storytelling, costumes, book and story readings, among other events. These will be followed by a community walk from CCP Eskinita to Folk Arts, PICC, Star City, CCP Ramp and back to CCP Eskinita, with the accompaniment of Escola de Samba. A special program, as well as raffle draws and awarding of prizes for teachers will highlight the day’s dedication.
To register, download the registration form at www.synergeia.org.ph. For more details, contact the foundation through email (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com), telephone numbers (02)898-2913, (02)898-2617, or SMS message (0920-9061148).
Registration fee is Php500.00 (alumni) and Php50.00 for students with valid IDs. Registration for teachers is free. Proceeds will go to a Teacher’s Fund that will support the professional development of teachers.
This project is co-organized and sponsored by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Museo Pambata Foundation, Inc., Globe Telecommunications and SMART Communications, Inc.
“Music has some property that can really be very healing. Whether or not we discover how it works, the important fact is that it works. And it can bring you to tears. It can make you smile. It can make you flash back to a memory. People often say to me, ‘Thank you for the music,’ and, ‘It’s the soundtrack to my life.’ That’s one of the things I’m most proud of, actually, to have lucked out to be in a profession like this, where I can actually help, heal, put people in touch with their emotions — and me, by the way, at the same time.”