‘Sayaw Pinoy 2013’ series finale draws a full house
After over 45 nationwide presentations, “Sayaw Pinoy 2013” entertained an SRO crowd at the Resorts World atrium March 2.
Bayanihan, a national folk dance company, and the Halili-Cruz Ballet Company, led by Shirley Halili-Cruz—the exponents of hip-hop, street dancing, ballroom, classical ballet and traditional folk dance—were featured. Both groups have been winning international dance competitions for the past six years.
The “Sayaw Pinoy 2013” nationwide tour was organized by Shirley Halili-Cruz, in cooperation with the National Council for Culture and the Arts (NCCA). Ernie Pecho
Bryan Termulo serenades
Singer Bryan Termulo performs at the second-level Carousel Court, Festival Supermall, in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, on March 24, 5 p.m.
Bryan, the runner-up in the third season of the reality TV show “Pinoy Pop Superstar,” won two silver medals in the World Championships of Performing Arts.
Bb. Pilipinas 2012 second runner-up Ali Forbes stages her first solo concert, “Invincible,” on March 26 at the Teatrino Promenade in Greenhills.
She will be backed up by special guests Miss Universe 2012 1st runner-up Janine Tugonon and Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism Katrina Dimaranan, The Filipino Tenors and the Jazz Clean Air band.
“Invincible” is produced by Kaisa sa Kalikasan at Kalusugan and the Gat Andres Bonifacio Music and Policy Research Foundation Inc. For tickets, call Ticketworld at 8919999.
6cyclemind rolls to Cebu
Catch Tutti Caringal and the rest of 6cyclemind as the band rocks Cebu on April 5 and 6 at the Pacific Mall. The band was recently tapped as Suzuki Ambassador, and has played during the “Suzuki Invasion” shows in Marikina City and Davao.
Jam for earth
The Earth Day Jam 2013 will be staged on April 19 at the 34th street of Bonifacio Global City, Taguig (beside the Mercato Night Market) starting 6 p.m.
This free concert, which is now in its 13th year, has become the Philippines’ longest-running environmental awareness concert. It gathers some of the biggest names in local music, such as Rocksteddy, Callalily, Rivermaya, Sandwich, Moonstar ’88, Ely Buendia’s new group Oktaves, soul siren Nina, reggae bands Brownman Revival, Reggae Mistress, former 6cycleminds frontman Ney, singer-songwriters Lou Bonnevie (the concert’s executive producer), Kitchie Nadal and Barbie Almalbis, hiphop artist Abra and young bands Gracenote and Absolute Play. Environment experts are also expected to speak on climate change during the concert.