Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Hundreds of people joined the Harmonious Cheers of Choral Fest 2024 last March 20

Hundreds of people joined the Harmonious Cheers of Choral Fest 2024 last March 20

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Music captures our hearts that it transpires beyond what we can only hear. It touches our soul by making us feel and appreciate the harmonious language of our stories. As long as our life is entangled with the strings of melodies attached in our hearts, we can orchestrate the grandiose music that we can offer to inspire one another.

 

PUP Theater’s spotlight illuminated the stage and presented to us another year of brilliance of the Tatak Bagong Himig Choral Festival entitled “Harmonify: Timeless Hits on Track.” For this year’s edition, we have been presented with the lineup of songs that carries the imprints of our past, present, and future.

 

These timeless musical pieces are of a different era from every timeline in our rich history, music that has been a significant medium of tales and triumphs of us people through the test of our times. Also, as choral music ages like a fine wine, the myriad voices of our narratives will continuously be heard and will always be sounding for our future generations. 

 

PUP Bagong Himig Serenata, Cambiare Cola Voce, Intervoices Chorale, Light of the Nation Singers, RTU GAAI Singers, & Sampaguita Chorale performed retro classics like Magsayawan by VST Co., the modern eargasm “Araw-Araw” by Ben & Ben, a version of “Umagang Kay Ganda” originally sung by Ray-An Fuentes & Tillie Moreno, just to name a few. 

 

This event is co-presented by Sogo – Sta

Mesa, Franchise Manila, Motivo Philippines, Cozy’Zola, & The Flare – CVSU Imus; powered by Axl Powerhouse, Edge TV, & Now You Know PH; made possible in partnership with Graciella’s Taiwanese Fried Chicken, Kape Kuripot, & Tanglaw Clothing; Brought to you by Silip at Lente – AdU, Harmonix CTHTM, PUP Literature, Arts, and Cultural Society; special thanks to Artistang Artlets -UST, PUP Lawôd, & Tinig SPO

 

ARTICLE BY JUSTIN DAVE YECLA & BRIAN NALAGON