Darren Espanto wants us to “Believe In Christmas”

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The isolating nature of the pandemic has left us yearning for human connection, disrupting our daily lives on an unprecedented scale and forever changing the way we interact with one another. Its uncertainty has not only instilled fear and anxiety, but also forced us to participate in a game of risk roulette, where everyone tries to survive a global health crisis that knows no end or time, and outwit an invisible enemy through strategic measures that align with the new normal. But Darren Espanto wants us to believe that love will always be our guiding light even in the most difficult of times. The accomplished recording star is optimistic about using his voice as a catalyst to spark hope and inspire others to make a positive difference—all in the spirit of Christmas. He wants to keep the Holiday tradition alive by spreading kindness and joy this festive season, but also wants to see it with a renewed perspective: that the cherished holiday traditions are more than just about sumptuous

Firebird to opens 47th Season of Ballet Philippines.

Ballet Philippines 47th Season Team.
The Country’s leading classical and contemporary dance company, Ballet Philippines is now opening their 47th Season with a theme of Wings, and to soar high on its initial offering, the revisited Firebird is making a comeback in Cultural Center of the Philippines, starting August 19 to 21.

Firebird and Other Ballets is a collaboration project with a lot of artist from costume designer to top notch choreographer up to musical side. It show pieces by David Campos, Dwight Rodrigazo and Carlos Pacis, with the choreography by Russian-born George Birkadze. The impressive costumes is created by Mark Lewis Higgins
BP President Margie Moran and BP Artistic Director Paul Morales.
“As human beings we always think of this wing creatures like angels, because we want to aspire to go high so that we can fly, that’s why we name this season as wings.” Paul Morales, BP Artistic Director said.
The Mythical Firebird.
Firebird is a neo classical mixed and to be presented as a Filipino inspired, while the other ballets are “Nenelehdej by Spanish Choreographer Campos, and Moving Two by Rodrigazo, and the Shifting Wait by Pacis, a modern dance that won Gawad Buhay.
Firebird Casts.
Firebird and other ballets runs only for one weekend, August 19 show is at 8pm, August 20 and 21 is at 6pm. It is one of the iconic production of BP in the 70’s that launch the career of Filipina Ballerina Edna Vida Froilan.
Shifting Wait.
For 47th season the lined up is already announce, its include Bagong Sayaw on Sept 9 to 18 at CCP Studio Theater, Crisostomo Ibarra back to back with Simoun on Oct 21-23 at CCP Main Theater. Awitin Mo At Isasayaw Ko on December 2-11, and the full length  production of “Swan Lake” as the closing performance scheduled on Feb 24 to March 5 also in the main theatre.

For tickets inquiry you can visit at www.ballet.ph, email info@ballet.ph or call Ballet Philippines at 551-1003. 

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