Let me share this story. When I joined the University of the East chorale, I was unaware of all the songs from different languages and genres that we all sing during my trainee days. I was only familiar with the church music, for I grew up singing with our neighborhood parish every sundays and on special church occasions. All I know at that time is that I enjoyed singing with my fellow choristers for it felt good and the music is all new to me. The rehearsals are all hard,
You shove me down, but I won’t fall I am Titanium. This song make me sane at this moment. Lots of things happened that I didn’t expect, and the only thing that I need right now is to rise up and be strong at all times. Here’s to good vibes ahead! 🙂
I can’t find the words to describe this wonderful event, for I’m still in cloud 9. (from PCDA’s FB page) Last December 8, the Philippine Choral Directors Association invited our choir to be part of the World Choral Day celebration at the new Glorietta Activity Center. Along with other choirs, we sing our hearts out with festive carols and well-known songs arranged in choral fashion on all parts of Glorietta. We created a flash mob scene to capture everyone’s attention and proceed to the activity center for the main festivities.
I went on choral hiatus for almost a year. And after watching MADZ Et Al 2012 with fellow chorister/runner Gelai, I can’t help but to cry before putting myself to sleep. I admit that I miss the choir, the music that we shared and my fellow choristers. I miss singing my heart out during rehearsals, competitions, concerts and occasional gigs. I miss having a VIP treatment for us artist backstage, the freebies and the opportunities to meet fellow artists and to learn from master artisans. For almost a year on being
Just sharing my favorite scene from the musical “The Phantom of the Opera”, it makes me cry to see the Phantom letting go of Christine Daae after she chose him in order to save Raoul’s life. :'( No words can express how much i LOVE the show. I’m still in awe after watching the musical yesterday. Phantom of the Opera = infinite bliss! 😀