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I always see to it that I’ll be attending every concert from the Philippine Madrigal Singers, and their last concert is one for the books! Their Trionfo concert features songs that they performed during their stint in Arezzo, where they bagged the championship and their qualification to the European Grand Prix for this year. I’m glad that I didn’t miss the event with #LeBoyf, and coming from their life streams and recordings, listening to their songs live is pure intimate bliss. The lobby of the CCP Main theater is JAM

Huwag kang mangamba

Huwag kang mangamba, ‘di ka nag-iisa Sasamahan kita, saan man magpunta Ika’y mahalaga sa ‘King mga mata Minamahal kita, minamahal kita This holy week, let us take a break and reflect. Let’s all reflect on the Lord and his eternal and unconditional love for us. For he dies for us, to save us and to assure us that he is always there through all the storms in life. Let me share this video – this is an excerpt from the “Sa iyong mga yapak”, a lenten concert from the Philippine

There’s this thing about love that makes me feel giddy, melancholic, hopeful, happy, sad, inspired and many more. Too much emotions I should say, but no words can express fully on how love can makes us feel, that all I know is that love is the most beautiful that ever happened to all of us. Last valentines day, I had a chance to watch the world-renowned choral group serenading us on this very day at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Spending the day with the Philippine Madrigal Singers (also

it’s frightening, and powerful at the same. the powerful high notes and the grandiose fortissimos are out of this world. it makes me think that it’s already judgement day, that God is now facing the world, getting rid of the bad,  retaining the good. And yes, we face this crisis every single day, facing the demons and having inner battles on our evil self. The first time I heard on the Philippine Madrigal Singers’ Apocalyptic Alleluia gave me goosebumps. fear, excitement, exhilaration. everything that makes me lifted up on high. everything that makes me

If you’re a chorister (like me), MADZ fanatic or simply a music enthusiast who wants to to be inspired and to learn everything about one of the most celebrated choirs in the world, then you need to get this book. 🙂 MADZ : Almost Everything About The Philippine Madrigal Singers is written by Alfred John De Veyra. It featured the magic behind the MADZ’s musicality, its success and principles instilled by the MADZ conductors. Get to know MADZ’s passion for music – The book unleashes the standards on looking for

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