Musical Ensembles / Bands

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UP Arco

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The UP ARCO (Formerly the UP String Chamber Orchestra) has its roots from 1998 during the term of the late Dean Reynaldo T. Paguio. It was conceived to become one of the resident performing groups of the College of Music; in the tradition of the former student orchestras the college had in the previous years.

The present UP ARCO started with a core of string students enrolled under the orchestra class under Prof. Edna Marcil “Michi” Martinez in 1998.  She was eventually joined by Ms. Chona Noble also from the String’s Department, as co-faculty in charge of the class. In June 1999, the task of leading the orchestra was given to Prof. Wilfredo Pasamba, likewise of the String’s Department, and one of the Philippines’ leading cello players. Together with Prof. Martinez, they honed the talent of the young string players which had a steady membership averaging from 15-20 players.

The group included not only string majors but string minors, string players from other colleges and units of UP as well as students from the UP Music Extension Program. The string chamber orchestra then was also a venue for some enthusiasts coming from neighboring communities, who joined rehearsals and performances voluntarily.The group then held several performances inside and outside the University. They have been featured in the College of Music’s “Thursday Concert Series”, The Diliman Arts Month, the OICA (Office for Initiatives in Culture and the Arts) sponsored concert at the Lagoon, and together with the UP Symphonic Band, constituted the UP Festival Orchestra in 2001; which gave concerts in the UP System Campuses of Diliman, Los Baños and Baguio. This was in line with Anniversary Celebration of the UP College of Music.

Today, The UP ARCO has been performing and stands independent from the orchestra class. Still under the directorship and guidance of Prof. Edna Marcil “Michi” Martinez, the group is currently composed of Twenty (20) select student artists; all of whom are majors of the Strings and Chamber Music Department.  The UP Arco is part the UP Orchestra and serves as the orchestra’s backbone, in that all its members complete the orchestra’s strings section. It is a resident performing group of the UP Theater and been featured in concerts in UP Diliman as well as major concert halls and public venues outside the university such as the Philamlife Auditorium and the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The group has performed major string orchestra works of Buenaventura, Buencamino, Corelli, Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart, Britten, Grieg, Tchaikovsky,and Elgar. They were the orchestra for the opera THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by Otto Nicolai, which was presented at the UP Abelardo Hall Auditorium by the UP College of Music Voice Guild.

In May 2012, the UP Arco was selected and invited to represent the University of the Philippines and the country in the prestigious Festival International de Musique Universitaire – FIMU (International University Music Festival) in Belfort, France. They gave two scheduled concerts and the festival but was requested by the organizers to give a third one after receiving much ovation from the two previous performances.  Aside from the FIMU, The UP Arco also performed for the international community at the UNESCO Miollis in Paris, and the Filipino communities of Paris at the Saint Bernadette Church and the Notre Dame Church in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Mobile:
(63) 920 9086071

Email:  
martinezmichi@yahoo.com

Website: 
www.facebook.com/UpArco

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UP CoNeMus (Composers of New Music)

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The UP Composers of New Music (CONEMUS) is an organization of student-composers at the University of the Philippines College of Music. Conceived in 1997 and formally organized in 1998, this pool of composers is committed to the development and dissemination of 21st century contemporary Art Music of the Philippines. This group is set to advance “New Music” within and beyond the confines of the Academe through audio CD productions, workshops, symposia, outreach concerts, and lectures of a primarily academic nature.

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Mobile:
09159813325 / 09177014776

Email:  
upconemus@gmail.com

Website: 
www.facebook.com/upconemus

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UP Guitar Orchestra

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The University of the Philippines Guitar Orchestra (UPGO) has proudly distinguished itself as the first Guitar Orchestra in the country. Founded in 1982 by Lester Demetillo, a classical guitar professor in the University of the Philippines College of Music, it was originally called the University of the Philippines Guitar Ensemble. The group changed its name to University of the Philippines Guitar Orchestra in 1997.

The UPGO is composed of outstanding students majoring in Guitar from the University of the Philippines College of Music. The group boasts of a wide range of repertoire that includes works from the renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, 20th century music periods along with other genres such as flamenco, jazz and popular music.

Officers for AY 2015-2016
President:                                                       Jose Emil Contreras
Vice President for Internal Affairs:           Patrick Roxas
Vice President for External Affairs:          Zarren Malitig

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Contact persons:
Jose Emil Contreras
09064139895
contrerasjoseemil@yahoo.com.ph

Prof.  Lester Demetillo
09052705836

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/upguitarorch

YouTube:
www.youtube.com/upguitarorchestra

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UP Jazz Ensemble

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The UP Jazz Ensemble is a university based jazz group that was founded in 1977. Prof. Rayben Maigue, the musical director of the group is an accomplished trumpet player, composer and arranger. He is also the present chairman of the UP College of Music Winds and Percussion Department. He has helped establish the group then and now and continues to widen jazz appreciation in the country. For his work in the field of jazz, he and the group have garnered awards three of which are worth mentioning.

In 1989, The First City Jazz Achievement Award was given them for their meritorious contributions to the Field of Philippine New Age and Jazz Music.

In 1999 by Petron Corporation for being the prime movers of jazz in the Phil; for 21 years of virtuosity as a group; and for being dedicated leaders in developing Filipino talent in the most diverse field of music, thus providing the Phil and the world a life-long source of artists who are aware of their unique mission to instill a deep love for what is noble and exemplary about being Filipino.

In 2010 Prof. Maigue was awarded by the University of the Philippines Board of Regents on recommendation of the university president the UP Arts Productivity Award for his work in the field of jazz, for his highly varied repertoire of both Filipino and traditional contemporary works

The Band has 30 members consisting of students and alumni of the UP College of Music. The group’s repertoire ranges from well known works of composers and arrangers like Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Sammy Nestico, George Gershwin and Count Basie as well as contemporary composers such as the Beatles, John Williams, Dave Gruisin and even Pinoy jazz works of Filipino composers like Angel Pena, Richie Quirino and Jon Palacio.

Aside from the main group, smaller groups of about three to ten members are active professionally. In effect, the UP Jazz Ensemble has served as a training ground for student arrangers, composers and conductors and has spawned many of our country’s young professional jazz musicians like the Ugoy Ugoy Band, Side A, Brass Monkeys, Parliament Syndicate and the AMP Big Band.

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Contact Person:
Prof. Raymundo Maigue

Mobile:
(63) 917-7628781

Landline/s:
(63-2) 668-6906 / 3723363   

Email:
raybenm@yahoo.com

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/upjazzensemble

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UP Kekeli Ensemble

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UP Kekeli African Drumming and Dance is a performing group based in the UP College of Music. The group focuses on the West Africa music and dance, particularly on music from groups such as Ewe and Asaante people of Ghana. It was formed in by Dr. Royal Hartigan, a visiting professor from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He named the ensemble “kekeli”, from an Ghanaian word that means light. UP Kekeli is, so far, the only African drum-dance ensemble in the country. Part of the activities of the UP Kekeli are performing in concerts of traditional and cross-cultural music, holding open rehearsals and conducting workshops and lecture-demonstrations. Some of their performances include an evening concert last August 20, 2010 and performance with Dr .Hartigan’s jazz group Blood Drum Spirit during the 1st CCP Jazz Festival on August 2011.

Open rehearsals (starting July 31) are held every Wednesday (4-5 pm) and Friday (2-3 pm) at the Museum of Instruments of the UP College of Music, Diliman, Quezon City.  The rehearsals are open to everyone interested and willing to participate.

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Tusa Montes – (63) 9178046278
Pat Rodriguez – (63) 9151800180
Roan Opiso – (63) 9292930519

Website: 
www.kekelidancedrum.com/index.php

Facebook: 
www.facebook.com/UPKekeliEnsemble

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Kontemporaryong Gamelan Pilipino (Kontra-GaPI)

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The Kontemporaryong Gamelan Pilipino draws inspiration from this ancient and profound source nurtured and sustained by the depth, wealth and cultural diversity of the Philippines and her Asian roots. Widely identified by its acronym Kontra-GaPi, the group strives to express music and kindred arts from indigenous well-springs, reaping from the people and giving back to them in new form “as magical as the moonlight and constantly changing as water”.

OUR SOUTHEAST ASIAN ROOTS

The gamelan is the quintessential orchestra of South East Asia. Africa may lay claim to massed polyrhythmic drums, Europe the symphony orchestra and North America, the jazz and rock bands, but no musical ensemble typifies this part of the world – its mysticism and timelessness, its grandeur and beauty, its heritage and feeling of community the way the gamelan does. The wonder of it is that while the tradition may be shared by many cultures, each one has evolved a sense of aesthetics, a style and a mode of presentation unique to itself – a mirror of its people and society, ecology and climate, history and lore, perceptions and values.

The word gamelan derives from the Javanese “gamel” which means to hammer. Characteristically, a gamelan consists of percussion instruments such as gongs and drums of graduated sizes, wood and metal xylophones of varied timbre, flutes and whistles, assorted bamboo, wooden and metal percussion and voices for expressing vocables and for singing.

Kontra-GaPi uses ideophones such as the kulintang, gangsa, tongatong and kalutang; chordophones like the hegalong, kulibet, gitigt and kuritang; aerophones such as the diwdiw-as, esmi, tonggali and suling; and membranophones like the debakan, solibaw and Cordilleran drums of varying sizes and shapes. The human body itself by way of applause, stomping, chest pounding, clicking and other means turns into a producer of myriad sounds. There are, too, quaint pieces like the kuribaw or mouth harp and the tambi or zither-drum in a store of over a thousand instruments. The collection is more than sufficient for the ensemble which performs with artists as many as fifty and as few as five. A full evening programme assembles fifteen to twenty performers.

In Kontra-GaPi, music is dance heard even as dance is music seen. A performance is an event where each artist may, in turn, sing, dance, mime and play as many as ten instruments. This total-theater approach also takes in the audience not as a conventional crowd but as an essential participant in the creative process transforming the occasion into a unity – a tribe, as it were, in primeval ritual. The ensemble exists on the assumption that every human being, by definition, is creative, alone or as part of a community. Creativity is not the exclusive preserve of ‘experts’ and excellence can be attained by individuals who possess varying levels of artistic ability. No auditions are held to recruit members. Any student, faculty, or worker from the university or anyone from anywhere else interested may join to discover for themselves how far and how deeply they can go as instrumentalists, singers or mime-actors. Each one makes a valuable contribution according to their ability with dedication and discipline, responsibility and enterprise, and most important of all, love for the nation’s cultural heritage.

“Gapi” means to shackle. The group takes affirm stand contra what stifles freedom, individuality and inventiveness. It also takes a strong stand contra the idea that Filipino excellence in art must derive from the West. Instead, Kontra-GaPi asserts, even as it proclaims, that the arts of the Philippines and South-East Asia including the gamelan are every bit as deserving of adulation and highest renown the world over as those of other traditions – confidently, a true and resounding source of pride.

 OUR HISTORY

Kontra-GaPi had its beginnings when Prof. Pedro R. Abraham Jr. of the Department of Arts Studies of the College of Arts and Letters in the University of the Philippines (U.P.) in Diliman was asked in 1989 to conceive a score for “A Dream Play” by August Strindberg. Produced in Filipino translation by Dulaang U.P., the resident repertory theater company, the director had only one guideline: that the music be distinctly Filipino and Asian.

Throughout the run of the play, the music, for its ‘stunning exotic appeal,’ consistently received excellent reviews by critics, academics, students and regular theater-goers alike. This encouraged the then ad-hoc band to transform itself into an independent performing organization. Soon after, they were invited by the Heritage Arts Center in Quezon City for their very first concert performance.

In February 1993, Kontra-GaPi was appointed resident gamelan or ethnic music and dance ensemble by the Dean of the College of Arts and Letters. For their significant trend-setting and visionary contribution, the group was awarded in February 1996 the U.P. Diliman Chancellor’s signal plaque for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts (Performing Arts Category).

Over the years, the ensemble has presented more than a thousand shows for audiences of all types and age-groups in all kinds of venues, much more if one includes lecture-demonstrations, workshops in music and dance and other types of engagement. From the state-of-the-art theaters of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, hotel pavilions and lobbies, school auditoriums and yards, church naves and parks, to make-shift stages, barangay or community all-purpose halls, basketball and other sports courts, private residences, rice fields, the streets and market places, Kontra-GaPi has brought its art to where the people are or to where they can or choose to come together.The troupe has gone on road tours to virtually all the regions of the Philippines. The provinces of Agusan del Norte, Bataan, Batangas, Benguet, Bontoc, Cagayan, Cavite, Cebu, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Isabela, Camarines Norte, Kalinga, Laguna, Misamis Oriental, Masbate, Mindoro Occidental, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Palawan, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Rizal, Sorsogon, Tarlac, Quezon, and Zambales have all played host.

From April to October 1007, Kontra-GaPi went on a concert tour of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland in Europe, and the United States and Canada in North America, with a stop in Hawaii before returning home. Tours of Laos, Vietnam and, again, the US took place in 1999. A half-a-year return tour of Canada and, for the third time, the US in the year 2000 proved to be a resounding success as all the others were. In 2003, Kontra-GaPi visited Australia to equally rave reviews. In 2009, Kontra-Gapi was invited as UP’s delegates to the ASEAN Youth Cultural Forum in Bangkok, Thailand. And most recently, Kontra-Gapi is one among the performers featured as live exhibits in the Philippine Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo 2010, from May until October 2010.

All international engagements were arranged upon the invitation of festival organizers, impresarios, host government bureaus, international organizations, Philippine diplomatic missions, Filipino expatriate communities and friends.

Founder-Leader:   Prof. Pedro “Edru” R. Abraham, Jr. (PROFILE)

(source:  http://kontragapi.wordpress.com/about/)

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Contact Person:
Ms. Angela Lyn R. Soquila

Mobile:
(63) 905 9248020

Email:
alrsoquila@gmail.com

Website:
http://kontragapi.wordpress.com

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/kontragapi

YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/user/kontragapi

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UP Musika Sophia

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Musika Sophia is a group of faculty, students, and friends of the U.P. College of Music. The Department of Music Education conceived of the group in 2006, inspired by an instrument widely used in music education, i.e., the soprano recorder. A consort of recorders later evolved into a chamber ensemble of recorders, strings, keyboard, and percussion, offering a colorful repertoire consisting of a collection of renaissance dances, baroque dance suites, folk songs, popular tunes, and Philippine airs arranged in simple and uplifting harmonies.

Musika Sophia has performed for many special occasions and has shared its music with puppetry and even in commercial malls where their music has been very well received, raising the appreciation of other forms of music together with pop music. Notable performances include Mostly R n B, Hardin ng Liwanag, Musique De La Amour (Abelardo Hall), El Siglo De Oro (39th International Bamboo Organ Festival), Philippine Music Panorama (St. Mark’s Cathedral, Infanta), An Old World Advent Christmas (Paco Park Manila), and Bravo Filipino (DZFE-FM radio program).

The group is continually building up its repertoire and practice weekly at the College of Music. Sophia‚ comes from the Greek word for wisdom. Musika Sophia recognizes the profound contribution of music in the education of the child and in nurturing a healthy community spirit so essential for the health and wellness and, indeed, the continuing education of all.

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Contact persons:  
David Dino S. Guadalupe
ddinoguad@yahoo.com
09173959508

Jocelyn Timbol Guadalupe
jtimbolguadalupe@gmail.com
09173959508

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musika-Sophia/176381599123179

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UP Orchestra

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The UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES ORCHESTRA was revitalized in 2003 by Dean Ramon Acoymo at the UP College of Music. The orchestra has a two-pronged purpose that is, to serve as the laboratory class for the instrument majors of both the Strings and Chamber Music Department and the Winds and Percussion Department enrolled in Orchestra Class; as well as serving to be one of the performing groups of the university. The move to revitalize the UP Orchestra in 2003 was accomplished by merging two existing orchestra classes namely: the String Orchestra Class (a brain-child of the late Dean Rey T. Paguio) and the Symphonic Band Class.

The dream of rebuilding the UP Orchestra came to fruition under the revitalized program set by Dean Ramon Acoymo. The orchestra has a two-pronged purpose: to function as the laboratory class for string and wind majors while maintaining its status as one of the university’s performing groups. Since then, the UP Orchestra has made significant contribution to the university by the standard of training that students receive in orchestral performance studies. The semesters which are required of the students, has served to fully equip and prepare them for key positions either in local professional or civic orchestras. Most students who underwent training in the orchestra also landed principal positions in highly-competitive international music camps and festivals. Today, the orchestra gears itself towards developing more symphonic programs while striving to be the best training venue of the future professional orchestral musicians of the country.

The UP ORCHESTRA had already successful performances including its launching at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in January 2005, the annual performance of the Handel’s Messiah for the UP, it’s constituents and the community at large, and has been featured in the pre-centennial and centennial celebration concerts of produced by the University of the Philippines and the UP College of Music. In 2009 under the initiative of then Dean Ramon Acoymo, the UP Orchestra held a back to back concert with the UP Jazz Band at the Philam Life Auditorium in Manila. The concert was one of the College of Music’s efforts to raise funds for the student,faculty and staff who were victims of the devastating typhoon Ondoy.

 Though still in its early years, the UP ORCHESTRA already holds the distinction of performing with the country’s most distinguished artists such as concert pianists Prof. Regalado Jose, Nita A. Quinto, Charisse Baldoria, notable opera singers: Ramon Acoymo, Katherine Molina, Aileen Cura, Janet Aracama, Chinese Pipa Artist Luo Chao-Yun and US-based Filipino cellist Wilfredo Pasamba. Other notable performances of the UP ORCHESTRA were: “Pamantasang Hirang” in celebration of the UP Centennial at the CCP under the baton of Prof. Chino Toledo, the Philippine premier of “Cory” – The Musical in November 2008, The Philippine premiere of the Pipa concerto subtitled “ The Song of Pipa” by Taiwanese composer Guang Chih Fan,  “Pedrong Kusinero”, a deconstruction of Igor Stravinsky’s ballet Petroushka in July 2010, the 300th year celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Peñafrancia in Bicol, and it’s participation in The First National Orchestra Festival of the Philippines in September 2010 at the CCP. In September 1, 2011 the UP Orchestra under a venue grant from the Cultural Center of the Phlippines held it’s first full-length performance at the CCP’s Nicanor Abelardo Theater. In 2012 was UP Orchestra gave its first full-length performance in its homeground, the UP Theater, The concert entitled PAMBUNGAD was under the auspices of the UP Diliman Theater and the UP Diliman Office for Initiatives in Culture and the Arts ( UPDOICA). This was followed by another full-length concert, PASTORALE which featured the “Pastorale” Symphony No.6 of Beethoven and the Philippine premiere of Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concerto for Four Guitars.  In all it’s performances, the UP Orchestra also includes works by renowned Filipino composers. To date it has performed the works of Francisco Buencamino, Rosendo Santos, Angel Peña, Ramon Santos, Rodolfo Cornejo and  National Artist Antonino Buenaventura. Recently, the UP Orchestra had the distinct privilege of performing newly discovered works of renowned 19th century Filipino composer Marcelo Adonay at the Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino of the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

The UP ORCHESTRA is under the shared directorship of Prof. Edna Marcil “Michi” Martinez and Prof. Rodney Ambat.

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UP Rondalla


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The University of the Philippines Rondalla or UPR is an official performing group of the Music Education Department of the University of the Philippines College of Music.  It was founded and organized in August 2009 by Prof. Elaine Espejo-Cajucom, a faculty member of the Music Education Department and the soloist of the Celso Espejo Rondalla.  Apart from the traditional rondalla instruments:  banduria, octavina, laud, guitar, and the bass, the ensemble occasionally integrate other musical instruments like the violin and flute for contemporary repertoire.

Among many performances, the UPR has been invited to be the first representative of the Philippines to the 10th festival of Eurasian Sounds in Ulan Ude, Russia in 2010.  It was also one of the leading participants to the 3rd International Rondalla Festival “Cuerdas sa Pagkakaysa” last February 2011 in Tagum City, Davao del Norte.  Last September 8, 2011, they had a successful solo concert “Las Cuerdas de Armonia (Strings of Harmony)” at the Abelardo Hall Auditorium of the UP College of Music, which featured a distinctive repertoire consisting of piano, orchestral music, dances, serenade, solo song arranged for the rondalla as well as rondalla original contemporary compositions.  The group was also one of the participants in the ASEAN Music and Dance Festival held in Thailand last December 2012.

UPR aims to preserve and promote the rondalla music heritage; raise the standard in rondalla playing through carefully selected repertoire; and by developing an exquisite and challenging technique, exploring the versatility of the rondalla.

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UP Symphonic Band

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The UP Symphonic Band is a performance group based in the UP College of Music. It emerges from the  laboratory large ensemble class of Winds and Percussion Department with its members coming from the UP ROTC Band that offers scholarship for young instrumentalists since the 1960’s under the directorship of then Prof. Eliseo Clamor. It started as a small wind ensemble in 1981 initiated by Prof. Raymundo Maigue until it was named the U.P. Philippine Youth Symphonic Band in 1986 with UP College of Music adopting the PYSB from National Arts Center in Makiling now under Prof. Leopoldo Lopez. The Band performed many concerts in different programs and venues including Abelardo Hall Auditorium and Concert at the Park in Luneta.  The name was changed to UP Symphonic Band in 1998 by its newly appointed Director/Conductor Rodney Ambat at the time. The Band performed in various concerts in UP, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Philamlife Theater and other venues around Metro Manila. Many of its members are winners of the National Music Competition for Young Artists (NAMCYA) and consistent passers as the countries representative to the Asian Youth Orchestra and Southeast Asian Youth Orchestra and Wind Ensemble.

The UP Symphonic Band has never been more active performing varied programs since 2011 when Prof. Ambat took over the directorship once again from Prof. Leopoldo Lopez along with the UP ROTC Band because of his passing. They already had a number of major concerts since then including the “Ode to the Common Filipino which featured monumental symphonic masterpieces by Filipino composers on October 6, 2011, “A Symphonic Metamorphosis” a concert of contemporary symphonic band compositions on March 22, 2012 and “Sound Images” concert on March 21, 2013. They have also been performing regularly at the Winds and Percussion Departmental concerts every February since 2011. The UP Symphonic Band also participated in the 1st  National Symphonic Band Festival entitled “Banda Rito, Banda Roon” at the Cultural Center of the Philippines last April 10-14, 2012.

Looking to develop a much higher level of performances in the future, the band conducted their 1st UPSB Ensemble Development Program on April 23-24, 2012 in Iba, Zambales to develop better camaraderie and respect within band members. These kind of activities including their frequent performances would push the UP Symphonic Band towards excellence to greatly represent the rich symphonic band culture in the country.

Contact Info

Contact Person:
Prof. Rodney Ambat

Mobile:
(63) 917-8667955

Email:
rodsam7@yahoo.co

Facebook:
www.facebook.com/UpSymphonicBand

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UP TUGMA (Tugtugang Musika Asyatika)

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The UP Tugtugang Musika Asyatika (UP TUGMA) is the premiere organization of Asian music student-performers in the country, affiliated with the UP College of Music Department of Musicology. Its main goals are: 1) to build and develop a more conscious audience base for Asian music and culture that has deep awareness of these traditions; and 2) to raise the banner of Philippine indigenous music to the global community. In line with these goals, the organization regularly conducts workshops, field work immersions, and performance nights. The members of the organization studies and performs the Mindanao Kulintang Ensemble, the Cordillera Bamboo and Gong Ensemble, the Indonesian Gamelan, the Japanese Koto, the Chinese Sizhu and the Korean Samulnori.

UP TUGMA has represented and showcased Philippine music in a few cultural events abroad such as the International Country Music Week held on 2009 in Hunan, China, and the International Music and Dance Festival years 2009, 2012, 2013, and 2014.

 

Executive Committee 2015-2016

President:             Jason Pio Gabriel Verzola

Vice President:     Julia Eunice Yabes

Secretary-general:              Jillian Quinto

Finance Officer:   Hannah Maria Malonzo

Public Relations Officer:     Marla Ysabelle Anonuevo

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Dra. Verne dela Pena 
delapena_verne@yahoo.com 
09213848161

Email Address:
tugtugangmusikaasyatika@gmail.com

Website:
tugmawordpress.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/UPTUGMA

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