Events / Countries and Territories / Philippines / National Capital Region (NCR)
National Capital Region (NCR)
April 29, 2016 from 3 PM to 10 PM
CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines
Title of event
2nd BM NCCA IDD Festival 2016
Yugyugan Para sa Kultura ng Bayan
Ballet Manila, National Commission on Culture and the Arts, Aliw Theater
Ballet Manila, dance schools and companies in the region representing ballet, modern, contemporary, folk, ethnic dance genres
Hosted by Lisa Macuja Elizalde and Osias Barroso Jr as Festival Directors, the 2nd Ballet Manila NCCA IDD Festival aims to showcase convergence of ballet, modern, contemporary, folk, hip hop, folk and ethnic dance forms. The NCCA National IDD Celebration runs from April 25-30 in key Philippine cities. The 2nd BM NCCA IDD Festival is the NCR leg of the event and will be held on April 29, 2016 at the Aliw Theater. Two segments run from 3 to 630 PM. The GALA showcase runs at 7 PM.
1915 Donada Street, Pasay City, Philippines 1300
1. Date and time of the event:
29 April 2015, 8:00pm-9:00pm
Tickets are by donation
2. Venue: Full address, hints on how to go there:
Ballet Philippines Studio 1 (Near the Folk Arts Theater), Liwasang Ullalim, Pedro Bukaneg St., Pasay City 1307, Philippines
Take the south bound road of Roxas Blvd., turn right on Pedro Bukaneg St., and go straight until the Folk Arts Theater, Studio 1 will be on your right.
3. Title of event
New Choreographers and Dancers Showcase
Ballet Philippines, Ballet Philippines 2 and BP Dance School
BP’s International Dance Day celebration showcases the young dancers of Ballet Philippines. Through glimpses of their beginning choreographies and recent works, we bring forth the next generation of choreographers who are set to push the Philippine art scene into the 21st Century.
It features reimagined works by Edana Labitoria and Erl Emmanuel Sorilla, a restaging of a thesis production of the College of St. Benilde Dance Program by Danilo Dayo, an excerpt from the upcoming Summer Dance Workshop Recital by Gillianne Gequinto, and new works by Richardson Yadao, Ian Nick Tiba, Bonifacio Guerrero and guest hip hop teacher Margherita Vasselli.
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