CCP's "J.P., ang Gig ni Rizal" June 17, 2011


Announcement from Cultural Center of the Philippines

"J.P., ang Gig ni Rizal"
will be staged on June 17, 4pm
at Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo
directed by Chris Millado

featuring prominent artists and performing groups:
led by the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra,
Ballet Philippines’ Candice Adea and JM Cordero,
Tanghalang Pilipino,
Philippine High School for the Arts,
and a 150-voice choir conducted by Jai Sabas Aracama. 

The performance will also include Rachelle Ann Go, Erik Santos, John Arcilla, Philippine All Stars, soprano Myra Mae Meneses, and Juana Change. 

Thirty-five Filipino youth achievers will be honored as "Mga Makabagong Rizal: Pag-Asa ng Bayan" during the program.

Rizal 150: Si Jose, Ang Pinoy Idol
The show ends a four-day series of activities "Rizal 150: Si Jose, Ang Pinoy Idol" that commemorates the 150th birth anniversary of Jose Rizal, Philippines' National Hero, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines  from June 14 to 17, 2011.

The 13 episodes of CCP’s TV series Noli Me Tangere by National Artist Eddie Romero will be shown at the CCP Dream Theater from June 14-17, complemented with lecture-discussions for teachers by prominent resource speakers.

Mga Kwentong Rizal, a storytelling session for children/youth will be held at the CCP Multi-Purpose Hall, while Rizal’s books and videos will be mounted at the CCP Library.

An exhibition of paintings on Rizal by J. Pasena will be on view at the Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery) on June 17-August 21 and a mural exhibit by Pilipinas Street Plan to be shown at the 2nd floor hallway on June 17-July 31.

Malou Jacob’s documentary "Si Jose at Si Andres" will be made available on line for public viewing thru the CCP website beginning May 27 to June 30.

Schedule here: http://culturalcenter.gov.ph/UserFiles/ccp//forms/Rizal%202011%20poster%20FINALfinal%20(1)OPTIMIZED.pdf

Contact 832-1125 loc. 1708 to 1710 or visit www.culturalcenter.gov.ph

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